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RUTLAND DIRECTORY 



1887-1888 



RUTLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY 



Rutland Directory 1887-1888 




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COUNTER SCALES, 

PLATFORM SCALES, 

WACOff SCALES, 
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Hire -o- Inguranee ^ompany, 



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3§| Solicit yoiir''l?atrenag£. • 

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Hon. L. W. REDINGTON, Pres. 

DR. J. A. MEAD, VJt^-Pres. 

C. PARMENTER, Sec'y. 

H. 0, EDSON, Treas. 



DIRECTORS. 



Hon Lyman W. Redington, 
Hon. Cyrus Jennings, 

Hon. Joel, C. Baker, i 
Judge Tlios. C. Robbins, 
Dr. Jolin A. Mead, 
Dr. Chas. A. Gale, 
Col. John A. Sheldon, 
Henry O. Edson, 



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F M. Huikr, 
M, Quinn, 

Allien H. T utile, 

Frunk H. Chapman, 
George H. Verder, 
W. H. Lease, 
- C. Paruieuter. 



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"Ro Bxperim@n£.jj|p 
Losses Paid sinoe Organization, $101,052.04. 

. ^fQEk dompaug. lo Ireiciam lotp^ 

Insures Against Lightning. 
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R. I'ROCTOR, Pres. 

R. BARRETT, Treas 



W. A. PATRICK, Supt. 

C, G. ROSS'Asst. Supt. 



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MiSIWACTOTiEKS OF 



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FOR WORKING AND H-AKDLIWQ 



\ JftarBIg, If DDE mi HootL m 



MAXUTACfURLKS OF TIIK 



Shafting, Pulleys and Gearing, 



Rubbing Beds a Specialty. 



ALSO MANUFACTURERS OP 



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^gpegeent ^ofiee, f§pie§ and | 

■^OF^ICE AND WORKS:^ 

NO. 102 WEST STREET, 

JUTLAND, yE^MCM. 



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Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of the 



WARDWELL PATENT 



Sf ©IE CHAIIELWC} 



OR, 



ggmarryisg lIlacMa© 



FOR 

Vutling Stone in Various 
Sizes and Dimensions in all 
kinds of Quarries. These 
Machines are exten- 
sively used in va- 
rious parts of the 
Country, 

AJ)U ARE THE GREATEST 

Lata Saiii lades 

OF THE AGE. 

JOHN W. CRAMTOX, President 
GEO. B. ROYCE, Secretary, 




GEO, E." ROYCE, Treasurer, 
GEO. J. WARDWELL, Supt. 



OFFICE AND SHOPS, 

lOO WEST STREET, 

BILTT)LAMB 9 YTo' 

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1'inc and Sprue*, 

Shingles, Flooring, 

Cl«phoarils mi d Lath. 

PLASISa 31 ILL. 



STAIR WORK,- 

School Seats and Desks, 
Church Pews 

and Pulpits. 




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JOELB. HA-RRIS, Prtft. CHAS. P. HARRIS, Trtai. 

Furnace Street (Just West of Depot), Rutland, Vt. 

(?t!0. K, L-LABKj Supcrjatemlent Wood siuiji J>e]iarttmHit* 

Door^s, Sash, 

BLINDS, 

HOUSE, STORE 
AND CHURCH WOOD 

FINISH 

IN PINE, ASH, WALNUT. 

C7[in]¥E!P W0I^K, 

I Book-Cases 

and Mantels. 
window screens, frames, nails, glass, building paper, 4c 

n aid m m m wood seat combs 

FINISHED AND IN THE WHITE. 
I>. S. IV A It N' EH, Superintendent Omir I>enlirttiient. 

-mUCH^IR 3'FGCK, BO^DS, BflCKS OT P0£T$.3M- 

IIW I4CIIII HOP and f OTJIlif . 

(HAS. JUIINSON, Superlnteniient Machine Shop Department. 

Special at lent ion given to Repairs and Work on 

Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Injectors, Elevators and 
Grist and Saw Mills, Iron, Stone and Wood 
Machinery, Back- Knife Lathes, Lit- 
tle Giant Drag Saws. 

Prices .Reasonable. - - Satisfaction Guaranteed. 



JAPANESE PAPER CARPETING, n#t|oiS^ 

VAN DOORN it TILSON, Retail Agents, =7 Merchants Row. 



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Tffi$»irniND^BAlAM:l 



Opposite the Depot, RUTLAND, VT., 

/. t + wu,v=+ a t-triMlvp Stares in Rutland. Goods all First Quality, 
°" e ° f and X"priS?t&«m. can be found elsewhere, 

i^Kf /raiefe China, Fancy Crockery, 
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, 

LAMPS, * STATUARY, » PICTURES, 
JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, 

And many Useful and Ornamental Articles. 
Tins Store is'the same as wa. formerly occupied by the Boston Of) of. Store. 

MERCURE & CO., Proprietors. 



^A d 'BATES & SON,-**- - 

WHOLESALE AND METAII. DEALERS IK 

luildais' •:• and •:■ ftaddlBig ■? laidware, 

ttJAGOfl KiOODS, TOAGOM WHEELS, 

Axles, Springs, .Bolts, Malleable Iron, Leather, 

Rubber, Main and Cotton Belting, 

Circular and Mill Saws. 

A FULL LINE OF TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, &C. 

Single and Double Harness, Horse Boots and Horse Clothing, Paints, Oils 
and Glass. Sole Agents for Queen Anne in Oil and Paste. 



Bates Block, 46 &. 48 Center Street, 

A. C. BATES. 

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RUTLAND, VT. 

H, M, BATES. 



* Charles E. Ross,^ 

DEALER IX FOKEHMf AJT DOMESTIC 

Dpy Goods, (Bloakg, ofoai/sk, 

Fancy Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, notions, &c. 
4]9nsBt tor BattgrisE's (BelgBratsi Tfattsma.^, 

ClGHMIB $ ^ArFENlP + FlflrpiNG + SHI^ip. 

FOSTER KID GLOVES. 
Opera House Block, RUTLAND, VT 



Skfdillo JVLkflale Ji'fg Clo., 



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FOR THE TRADE ONLY. 

Quarry and Mill, I Office and Steam Finishing Works, 

BRANDON, VT. No. 133 West St. 

A. J. DUNTON, Gen. Jl'g'r. 

RUTLAND, - VERMONT. 





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The Popular and Most Comfortable Route 



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20 miles shorter than any other route between 
New York and Montreal. 



The only line running Pullman Cars without 
change between Albany and Chicago. 



Track, Equipment and Service Unsurpassed. 






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H. G. YOl.'N'G. 

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J. W: BUKDICK, 

Oeti'l Pass. Agent. 












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RUTLAND, WEST RUTLAND AND PROCTOR 




A NEW COLORED MAP OF RUTLAND VILLAGE 

AND A BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF 

BRANDON, FAIR HAYKN 

AND CASTLETON. 



The Tuttle Company, Publishers. 






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R. S. DILLON & CO,, COMPILERS. 



VOL. VUfc-ESTABLISHED 16 YEARS. 



RUTLAND: 

The Tottle Company, FuBLrsuKKS, Stationers and 

Officii, Piunteks to Tine State of Vermont. 

1887. 



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Diamond^ fjfatalflS # Je^glpg. 



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AGKNTS FOR 

ROCKFORD QUICK-TRAIN 
RAILROAD WATCHES, 

••?° WATCH. Qtiier makes at 

LOWEST PRICES. 

Spectacles, Guns, Revolvers, 

Cartridges, etc. 

Engraving u ml Fine Wateli He- 
pairing a Specially., 

Xo. il Merciumis llo«, 



: - •,,,- RUTLAND, 
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A.LHKUT S. MARSHALL. 



VERMONT. 

N. S. MABSHALIi. 




Alexander Rielle, Leader. 

HUSK: FUKKISIIEl) ROR 

Balls, Private Parties and Dramatic 

ENTERTAINMENTS. 

Any mini tier of pieces fur- 
liislusd. None bus First CI ass 
Musicians employed. 
Residence, '23 Union St., Ilt.'TI-AM), 
Ycnnout, 






M. A. BOURNE, 

WHOLESALE -\SU RETAIL DEALER IN 



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DELAWARE & HUDSON, 

PITTSTGN AND CUMBERLAND 

ALSO, FERTILIZERS. 

Office Opposite Hie Freight Depot, Strong's Avenue, 

Rutland, - - Vermont. 
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TJIE RUTLAND DIRECTORY. 



Streets and Avenues. 



Allen street runs cast from S. Main near fair grounds. 

Baxter street runs north from 102 West. 

Brown street rims from 31 Franklin to South street. 

Bnrnham avenue runs east from 44 Elm. 

Dentre street runs from R. R. depot to Main street. 

Cherry street runs from 32 Franklin street to 20 Forest. 

Chestnut avenue runs from Williams to Garden street. 

Church street runs from 32 West to village limits. 

Clinton street, runs cast from North Main to Davis street. 

Convent street runs from 76 Forest to Meadow. 

Cottage street runs from 44 West street to Williams. 

Court street commences at West street and runs south by 

the Post Office to Washington street. 
Cramtou avenue runs from West street (below Columbian 

Marble Co.) in a northerly direction. 
Crescent street rims from 80 Grove to North. 
Davis street runs north from Temple street to Clinton street, 

parallel with North Main. 
East street, situated at the extreme e;ist. part of the village, 

con mi en cos at Green street and runs north to Woods toek 

avenue, parallel with Main street. 
Edson street commences at West street nearly opposite Cot- 
tage and runs south to Willow street. 
Elm street commences at 28 West street and runs north to 

Williams street. 
Engrem avenue, east from Brock House, Main street. 
Evelyn street commences at West street on the north, nearly 

opposite to the Methodist church, and runs south to the 

depot park. 
Forest street commences at 91 West street on the north and 

runs smith to the limits of the village. 
Franklin street commences at the termination of Furnace 

street, and nine south-west to 86 Forest. 
Furnace street commences at. Union street, opposite Mans- 

rield & Stimsoii's, and runs south to Franklin. 




FAIRGH!iB s 3 SOLD PENS 

AitB THE BEST. 



J l hey are for snle only at 

THE TUTTLE C0/$< 



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DUNN & CRAWITON, 

HEADQUARTERS FOR 

STOVES, RANGES, FURNACES, 

LEAD AND IRON PIPE, 

BATH TUBS & WATER CLOSETS, IRON k WOOD PUMPS, 
Gas Chandeliers and Brackets, 

Kerosene Fixtures, Lamps, Lanterns, Glass Wave, Wooden Ware, Tin and 

Copper Ware, Agate end (irauite Iron Wnre.and in fact 

everything in the line of 

HOUSE FURHISHIHG HOODS. 



OUR STOCK OP 





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Is complete, comprising the following RANGES AND COOKING STOVES: 

Good News, M agree, Standard and Advance, Diamond, Paris, Denmark, Snre 

Lack; G/leawood, Vendonie, American, Prize and Iron, Acorn, 

Stewart, Gold Coin, Oakland., Queen Anne, &c, &u. 

IBCIEJLTIIDq-Gr STOYES. 

High Art and Low Feed, Splendid, Gold Coin, Ideal. Westminster, Argand, 

Silvio, Superior, Crown Denmark, Royal Dragon, Tlie 

Nation, Sparkler, and the celebrated 

Stewart and Magee Standard Surface Burners. 

We also have a large stock of IOj^-IEIIO "nWIR^E 1 , Washburn & Moen 
Manufacturing Company make. 

We are agents for the celebrated Wadsworth, Martinez & Longman Pure 

Mixed Paints, 



POWDER ! 



POWJ)ER! 



Quarrymen and Sportsmen, hear in mind we are the agents for the celebrated 
HAZARD POWDER, 

14 and 16 Merchants Row, RUTLAND, VT. 
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THE RUTLAND DIRECTORY. 



Garden street runs from Grove near Mrs. Baxter's ' b Church 

street. 
Gibson avenue runs east from south end of Fores! 
Granger street runs from Franklin street south to 'the village 

limits. p 

Grant avenue rims from Elm street to Lincoln avenue 
Green street runs from 53 S. Main to village lino 
Grove street runs from 50 West street north to the villas 
line. b 

Harrison avenue runs from 18 Mineral street to Bark avenue 
High street runs easterly from No. S2 N. Main street 
Hopkins street runs from 74 S. Main to 35 Strong's "avenue 
Howe street common** at Forest street and nms south-east 

to rranklm street. 
Jackson avenue, east from 37 S. Main 
Kendall avenue runs from 53 N. Main' to Church street 
Lafayette street runs from Green street to Woodstock ave 
Lincoln avenue runs from 10 West street north to' Grant 

avenue. ' 

Madison street commences at 54 S. Main and runs west to 20 

(strong s avenue. 
Main street commences at the extreme north end of the «fl 
age and runs sonth to the extreme South limits, being 
the old stage road from Boston to Burlington, and eon" 
prising mostly the original village 
Maple street runs from 47 Grove to Baxter street 
Meadow street, from 39 West street south to South 
Merchants Bow commences at West street, opposite to and 

Mill Village, beyond north, end of Main. 

Mineral street, runs westerly from 53 Pine 

Nickwackctt street, situated in the rear of the high school 

runs from 92 Centre to Washington. " 0l) 

»iBholB street runs north from JO West street 
north street runs from north end of Grove to N Main 
Oak street runs west from 95 Grove 
Park avenue runs from Grove street (opposite Mrs Baxter's 

residence) to Baxter street. -Baxter a 

IWw e °V' U " S T St fl '° m S - Ma!n (»™r fair ground). 
1 oarl street runs from 9 Crescent to North. 



PRINTING «f f.^-il.e tinest THTT TFTTTr T7 r,n 

•"**« 1 1 anil 13 Cenlor St. 






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Headquarters for the liest of sll kinds of 

Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish and Oysters, Gro- 
ceries and Provisions. 

FLOIJR, TEAS AMD COFFEES, 

-a. SPSCIALTT 

Oil It MOTTO : Bent Goods at Lovenl Living Prices. 

E. GOSSELIM", Manager. 
No. 54 Center Street, opposite the Berwick House. 




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JOSEPH AUSTIN, 



None but Iland-inade Shoes used. 
No. 75 West Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 



We will liave every day 

FRESH BREAD, BISCUITS, CAKES, 

and everything in the line of Pastry. 
WEDDING CAKES 

And Speoi'al Orders for Private Parties Given PkOmi't Attention. 
In fnet, we intend to have everything found in a First-Class Bakery. 

CLARK & MILLER. 



E. D. BARBER, 

Lfoery, Feel and Sale Stable 

First-Class Turnouts, 

Willi Careful and Experienced Drivers. 

-41 Wosr, Street.. RUTLAND, VT.. 

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THE RUTLAND DIRECTORY. 



Pine street commences at West street and runs north to 

Park avenue. 
Plain street (formerly called Moulthrop avemie} runs cast 

from 165 Forest street to Main street. 
Pleasant street commences at 28 Washington street and runs 

south to Madison street. 
^ Post street runs from 45 River to South, 
Prospect street runs from 22 Washington to Madison. 
River street, from 20 Strong's avemie running west tfl the 

village limits. 
Robbins street runs from Pine to Baxter street. 
Royeo street rims from 60 S. Main to 24 Strong's avenue 
School street runs from 38 Forest street to Meadow. 
South street crosses Forest street east and west. 
Spruce street runs from 55 River to Plain. 
State street rims west from 21 Grove and forms a junction 

with West street near Center Rutland. 
Strong's avenue commences at the south terminus of Mer- 
chants Row, and runs diagonally south -east to the south- 
ern limits. 
Sin inner street runs from 6 State to Maple street. 
Temple street runs east from 54 N. Main. 
Terrill street runs east from Mo. 1 Main. 
Union street, an angular street uniting Evelyn and Freight 

streets, runs to 38 Forest street. 
Wales street commences at West street and runs south across 

Centre and Washington streets to Strong's avenue. 
Washington street commences at Merchants Row (opposite 

Town Hall) and runs cast to Lafayette street. 
West street commences at Main street and runs west to the 

village limits. 
Williams street, from 34 Grove runs east to Elm street. 
Willow street commences at Wales street, between Centre 

and West streets, and runs west to Edson street, 
Woodstock avenue runs from 30 N. Main street east to the 

village limits, being the old Rutland and Stockhridge 

turnpike. 



Fine Stationery 



In all Lai***, ami FrmTiinnnhlp Designs and Tinls. 

THE TUTTLE CO. 



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B. F. DUNKLEE, 
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Nortli Main Street, 



RUTLAND, VT. 



THE LYMAN STRONG COMPANY, 

LESSEE 

WEST RUTLAND, - VERMONT. 

Post QUiee address, Rutland, Vl. 

WflUMSSALIS PKALIJKR IN 

ESPEKAJSTZA BLUB MABBLE. 

J. CLARK, Supt, 



J. H. O RANT, 



DEAI.lilt IN 

Pouliry, Sausage, Salt 
aid Fresh Fish.&c. 

'K Also, all kinds of Vege- 
tables. 

BUTTER 

At Wholesale and Retail. 
Home Cured Hams and Home Tried Lard a Specialty. 

36 Center Street, RUTLAND, VT. 

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THE RUTLAND DIRECTORY. 



WARD BOUNDARIES. 



WARD ONE. 

beginning at the intersection of the center line of Main 
street with the north line of said village; thence running west- 
erly, on the north lino of said village, two hundred and forty- 
Ifelx. feet ; thence southerly, in a line parallel with the center 
lino of Main street, To the center line of Center street ; thence 
easterly on the center line of Center street, and in the same 
Bourse continued to the east line of said village ; thence north- 
erly, on the east line of said village, to the northeast corner 
thereof; thence westerly, on the north line of said village, to 
the place of beginning. 

WARD TWO. 

Beginning in the center lino of Center street, at the south- 
west corner of the First Ward, as above defined ; thence run- 
ning southerly, in a line parallel with the center of Main street, 
to the south line of said village ; thence easterly, on the south 
line of said village, to the southeast corner thereof ; thence 
northerly, on the east line of said village, to the southeast cor- 
ner of said First Ward, as above defined ; thence westerly, on 
the south line of said First Ward, to the place of beginning. 

WARD THREE. 

Beginning at the center lino of Washington street at its 
intersection with the west line of Ward Two, as above defined ; 
thence westerly, with the center line of Washington street to 
the railroad track; thence southerly two hundred and eighty 
feet in aline with the center line of Franklin street; thence 
[Southerly, to the center line of Spruce Street ; thence south- 
erly, on the center line of Spruce street to the village limits ; 
tlienee easterly, on the same said south line of the village, to 
the southwest corner of Ward Two, as abovo defined ; thence 
northerly, on the west line of Ward Two to the place of 



beginning 




1 WO Dollars sTrLoaBAtmc pek. 

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Rest in I lie World for tlie Price. 



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BAXTER NATIONAL BANK of RUTLANB, VERMONT. 

Capital, $300,000. Surplus, $100,000. 

J. W. CRAMTOK, President, HUGH H. BAXTER, Vice-President. 

GEORGE U. BOTTUM, Cashier. 
Careful and prompt attention given to all business entrusted 
to this Fank. 

Continental National Bank, N. Y., Maverick National Bank, Boston. 



^lie j/LkMe 0kvin$ fNk,r 

RUTLAND, - - VERMONT. 

Organized Feb. 1, 1888. 

Deposits and Accumulations, $450,000. 

Surplus and Profits, $10,000. Eighteen Hundred Depositors, 
Ripley's Marble Building, 24 Merchants Row. 



OF RUTLAND,\T. 

(Organized Feb. 10, 1885.) 

Banking Rooms in Bates House Block. 
CAPITAL, $100,000, AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $300,000. 

John N. Baxter, John A. Sheldon, Cras, W. Mi;ssey, 

President. Vice-President. Caslner. 

Correspondents : First Kational Batik of New York City ; National Revere 

Bank of Boston. Collections on all accessible points in the State a 

Specialty. Prompt returns and low rates. Careful attention to all 

business entrusted to its. Correspondence solicited, 

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WARD FOUR, 
beginning at the center line of West street, at the west 
lino of the First Ward as defined ; thence westerly, on the 
center line of West street to the center line of Merchants How ; 
thence southerly, on the center Hue of Merchants Row, to the 
northwest corner of the Third Ward, as defined ; thence east- 
erly, on the line of said Third Ward two hundred and eighty 
feet to the railroad track ; thence easterly, on the north line 
of said Third Ward to the northeast corner thereof, in the 
west line of said Second Ward ; thence northerly, on the west 
line of said Second Ward and the west line of said First Ward 
to the place of beginning. 

WARD FJVE. 

Beginning at the intersection of the center line of West 
street with the west line of said First Ward, as above defined ; 
thence westerly, on the center line of West street to the center 
line of Grove street; thence northerly, on the center line of 
Grove street to the north line of the village ; thence easterly, 
on the north line of the village, to the northwest corner of said 
First Ward, as above defined ; thence southerly, on the west 
line of said First Ward to the place of beginning. 

WARD SIX. 

Beginning at a point on the center line of Grove street, 
opposite the center line of State street ; thence westerly, on 
the center line of State street, to the west line of the village ; 
thence northerly, on the west line of said village to the north 
line of said village ; thence easterly, on the north line of said 
village to the center line of Grove street ; thence southerly, 
on the center line of Grove street, to the place of beginning. 

WARD SEVEN. 

Beginning at a point on the center Hue of Grove street, 
opposite the center line of State street ; thence westerly, on 
the center line of State street to the west line of the village ; 
thence southerly, on the west line of the village, to the north- 
west corner of the Eighth Ward ; thence easterly, on the north 
line of said Eighth Ward, to the west line of Forest street ; 
thence easterly, on the center line of Franklin street, to the 
northwest corner of the Third Ward, as defined ; thence north- 
erly, on the west line of Ward Four and on the center line of 
Merchants Row and Grove street, to the place of beginning. 

BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 

THE TTJTTJLE CO., 11 and 13 Center Street. 



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THE RUTLAND 

SAVINGS BANK, 

Corner Merchants Row and Center Street. 

(OllGAKIZGD IN 1851.) 

DEPOSITS, .... $1,700,000. 

SURPLUS, 75,000. 

Is receiving deposits on all business days in all sums from one dollar to 
fifteen hundred dollars. 

Interest will be allowed on all deposits from the lirst day of each 
month, and deposits made up to and including the fifth day of any month 
will draw interest from the first day of that month, if allowed to remain 
on deposit until the following January or July, when the semi-annual inter- 
est is payable. 

If the interest is not drawn out it becomes a pntt of the principal and 
draws interest, the same as any other deposit made on the first cfay of Janu- 
ary or Jaly, 

Deposits can be made by draft, post office order or by express, and 
deposit books returned to the depositors. 

Taxes on all deposits not exceeding fifteen hundred dollars are paid 
by the bank. 

WILLIAM M. FIELD, Pres. 

NEWTON KELLOGG, Treas. 

Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. 
Watch es and Clocks 

AT BOTTOM PRICES. 

17 Center Street, - - - RUTLAND, VERMONT. 

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i'PrrWS 



7 1-2 Center Street. 

Pictures enlarged in any style desired. All work done and finished in 
a first class manner. A large stock of frames at prices to please. Instan- 
taneous process works like a- charm, FETCH ON YOUR BAWES. 

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WARD EIGHT. 

Beginning at the southwest corner of Ward Throe, as 
defined, on the center line of Spruce street, and on the south 
line of said village ; t hence northerly, on the center line of 
Spruce street, to the northwest comer of Ward Three ; thence 
westerly, on the center line of Franklin street, to the west line 
of Forest street, at a point two hundred feet south of the south 
line of Convent avenue ; thence westerly, on a line parallel 
with Convent avenue, to the west line of said village ; thence 
southerly, on the west line of said village, to the south line of 
said village ; thence easterly, southerly, and easterly, on the 
south line of said village to the center line of Spruce street. 

The trustees may alter the boundaries of wards in the 
year 1890 and in every fifth year thereafter, and \hall make a 
(,-crtifien.tc of all alterations which they make, which certificate 
they shall cause to be recorded in the village records. 




OFFICE, 7 1-2 CENTER STREET, (Nonpareil Block.) 
J. N. WOODFIN, A. H. TUTTLE, 

Presiden k Treasurer. 

M. McKEOGH, Superintendent. 



BELT LINE — Cars run every 40 minutes, from Bates House, corner of 
Center Street and Merchants Row, through Center. Wales, Washington, 
Main, North, Crescent and drove Streets, to Merchants Row. 

MAIN LINE — Cars run even hours, from Bates Rouse corner, to Cen. 
tor and West Rutland, by way of Merchants Row, Grove Street, State 
Street, into West Street, and continuing to Center and West Rutland on 
liigliway. 

Also, branch from Rates House to Fair Grounds, through Merchants 
Row and Strong's Avenue to South Main Street. 



Largest Printing, Binding and Stationery House in the State. 

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S. P. WILLIAMS, 

Rutland Steam Carpet Cleaning and Feather 
Renovating Works. 

CARPETS MADE TO LOOK AS GOOD AS HEW. 

Our feather renovating pro- 
cess increases tlio bulk nearly 
one-half, removes offensive odors 
and kills all germs of mollis 
and disease. 




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MANUFACTURER OV 

BEE - HIVES, 

BEE-KEEPERS' SUPPLIES AND PACKING BOXES, 

Small X-.ccl= Corner Boxes a, Specialty. 
No. 10 Baxter Street, - ' - - RUTLAND, VT. 



JOEL G. BAKER, 



Attorney aad Counsellor at Lw#- 



SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. 
Office, Clement Building, - - RUTLAND, VT. 

J. B. RILBITRJV & CO., 



— DEALERS IN ■ 



m&€ES, em©a,MS, etc., 

17 Center Street. 

CHARLOTTE A. KILBURN & CO., 

FASHIONABLE MILLINERY, 

17 Center Street. 

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Abbreviations — The following abbreviations are used in this Directory 
ttve., avenue; agt. , agent; bds. , boards; cor., corner; h., house ; opp. 
opposite; V, M. Co., for Vermont Marble Company. 



.A. 



Abar Louis, marble worker, h. 106 West 

A bar Samuel, farmer, h. 35 Franklin 

Abbott Lucy Mrs., nurse, h. 20 Elm 

Abraham A. H., manufacturer of line Havana and domes- 
tic cigars and dealer in all kinds of smokers' articles, 3 Cen- 
ter, h. 10 Prospect 

Abraham Louis, manufacturer of choice Havana mid 
domestic cigars and dealer in all kinds of smokers' articles, 
& Center, b. 13 Strong's ave. 

Abraham Morris, cigar maker, b. 13 Strong's ave. 

Adams & Bacon, dealers in Florence and Florentine mar- 
ble, office 100 West 

Adams Eleanor S. Mrs., h. 30 S. Main 

Adams Geo. W., baker, h. 97 Forest 

Adams Hiram R., inventor, b. 30 S. Main 

Adams Henry R., Rates House Laundry, b. 105 River 

Adams J. M., express messenger, h. 6 Nichols 

Adams Joseph A., (Adams & Watkins) West Rutland 

Adams Orlando F., business, photographer, at Baker's 

Adams Thomas J., h. 13 Park ave. 

Adams & Watkins, stoves, Marble St., West Rutland 

Adams Wayland, scale packer at H. S. Co 

Adair James, cutter, V, M. Co., Center Rutland 

Aernam Edgar, moulder, h. 101 West 

Aiken Susan and Sophia, h. 26 N. Main 

Aiken W. P. Mrs., h. 26 Woodstock ave 



INK T INK T — -Mercantile and School Writing and Copying, all 
iiiii *_ kiadai TH E TUTTLE CO. 



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GlO to (t^Wt h^ 

INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS A SPECIALTY. 

Every si™ Pictara made, from the Smallest Locket to Life, and 

finished in 

CRAYON, Iffl, OIL, WATER COLORS ANB PASTEL, 

Please Call and Examine Specimens. 
STUDIO, 
Corner Merchants Row and West Street. 

We Strive to Please, 



M. & H. O. EDSON, 



-HEALERS IN — 



1 LUMBER, 

DOOES, 

ill Sasli, Bliils, 

GLASS, 



*£«^3§W; PAINTS, 

ALSO, NAILS, LIME, HAIR, ETC., ETC. WOOD OF ALL KINDS. 

45 West St., - - RUTLAND, YT. 

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Albee Mary W., milliner, h. 5 Strong's ave 

Albec & McDonongb, millinery, 55 Merchants Row 

Aldrieh Emmett B., freight foreman, bds. Brock House 

Aldrieh Henry 0., blacksmith, h. 65 East. 

Alexander Daniel, laborer, h. 98 N. Main 

Alexander Edward, marble cutter, h. 56 State. 

Alexander Eugene, keeper of house of correction, b. 10 High 

Alexander Hiram, laborer, h. 67 South 

Alexander Samuel U., barber, in depot, h, 14 Wales 

Alford Edward, painter, h. 22 Church 

Alkee John and Joseph, off Allen street 

Allard Albert, h. head of Woodstock ave. 

Allard Andrew, teamster Y. M. Co., Proctor. 

Allard Joseph, mason, h. head of Woodstock ave. 

Allard Joseph, Jr., hairdresser, 1 Merchants Row 

Allard Peter, hairdresser, 1 Merchants Row 

Allard S. T., employed by V. M. Co., Proctor 

Allard William J., harness maker, h. West Rutland 

Allen Chas. H, clerk, h. 2- Edson 

Allen Chas. L., physician and surgeon', office over E. D. 
Kcyes & Co.'s store, h. 31 N. Main. Office honrs from 
noon to 2 v, m. 

Allen James Henry, mechanic, h. 15 School 

Allen Jehial D., machinist, h. 86 Forest 

Allen John M., farmer, b. 109 N. Main above tannery 
Allen Peter, carpenter, h. 28 Elm 

Allen Roswell E., cabinetmaker, h. 3 Niekwackett 

Allen William II., stonecutter, h. 10 Summer 

Alvord Lucy C. Mrs., widow, h. 38 Washington 

Ames F, C, di irin grooms, confectionery, cigars, 41 Center 

Ames Chauncey Mrs., h. 27 Baxter 

Amsdcn Harry A., carpenter, bds. Brock House 

Andersen, C. F., quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Augustus and Chas., Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson B. A., sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Benjamin, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

Anderson Fred and Gustavo, h. Proctor 

Anderson J. A., sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Anderson Julius C, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Andrea Andrew, cutter, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

A TJ\T Ti ^f/Tr/Hron T7 In al1 Latent and Fashionable Desiens and Tints. 

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A 9 KILfBtJBN, 

^g*b BNTIST,4- 

No. 6 Morse's Block, 

OPPOSITE DEPOT, - - - RUTLAND, YT.» 

Respectfully Solicits your Patronage. 

I£g~All Dental Work Carefully and Artistically Performed. 

J. H. LINCOLN. W. W. WHITE. 

LINCOLN & WHITE, 

DEAI.EISS IN 

"VsTOOID, COAL, 
LUMBER, 

Flour, x Meal x and x Feed 

OF ALL KINDS. 

49 West Street, Rutland, Vt, 





.A.. ID. IPIEIR.IKlT.lSrS;, 

Wholesale auil llotail Dealer in 

Phtoi rapb aoi Moiiiimeutal Designs 

Of all Manufacturers. 

33 Center Street, 

RUTLAND, 



VERMONT- 



FRANK M. McLEAN, 



At tmm * f t n * wmmm* 

ENGRAVING AND COLOR WORK OF ALL KINDS. 
No. 7 Grove Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 

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Andrews J- D., grader, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

busier Luther, mechanic, h. 6 Cottage 

Anthony F., confectionery, 63 Center, h. 15 N. Main 

Anthony R B., grocer, h. 15 N. Main 

Aran son John, sawyer, T. M. Co., Proctor 

Arolia.ro haul t Clovis, shoemaker, h. 19 Union 

Arelianibanlt Clovis, Jr., chairmaker, h. 19 Union 

Archibald Frank C, lawyer, office, 8 Savings Bank block. 

Armstrong Henry, li. Center Rutland 

Armstrong John, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Amo Joseph and Octave, millmen at Sheldon & Sons 

Arnold Alvin, engineer, h. 46 Woodstock ave. 

Arnold Greene, carpenter, h. 5 Crescent 

Arnold Lorenzo S. carpenter, h. 3 Crescent 

Arnold Elbert W., fireman, h. 63 Fine 

Arnold Samuel B., milk, Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Arnold Robert G., accountant, h. Main cor. West 

Aronson A. C, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Artlmr Eugene, h. N. Main cor. Norlh 

Arthur Lee Roy, shirt cutter, h. 12 Pine 

Ashley Mr., brakeman, h. 11 Lincoln ave 

A si in Tntlield, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Atherton F. C, agent U.S. and Canada and National express, 

office in depot, h. 20 Madison 
Atwood Oscar, principal high school, bds. Bates House 
Aubrey Rufus, teamster, h. 32 East 
Andlcy John, fanner, creek road, Proctor 
Auliffc T. J., carver, V". M. Co., Center Rutland 
Austin Anthony, mechanic, bds. 16 Engrem ave. 
Austin Christopher, plumber, h. Center Rutland 
Austin Daniel, blacksmith, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Austin Henry, mechanic, h. 13 Willow 
Austin Joseph, horseshoer, hand made shoes a specialty, 

15 West, h. 35 Crescent (sec adv.) 
Austin Louis H., shoemaker for Louis Y. Green 
Austin N. J., hairdresser, h. 3 Wales 
Austin William, teamster, h. 46 East 
Averill Isaiah L., packer, h. 20 Cram ton ave. 
Avery George, bridge builder, h. rear 1 Meadow 
Avy Oloris, employed at Ti'iie Blue Marble Co. 
Axel son A. J., employed by Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Ayers Mr., laborer, h. 21 Granger 



Wedding Stationery, 



ENGRAVED OR 
PRINTED, AT 



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W. C'LANDON, 



■■•■*=! OEALER INS*- 




aam, 



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hardware, £ime, Cement, 

Xe«^ Pf'pe, fifteen Zmrf ««^ Zt'«r, Paints, Oils, Glass, Iron, 
Steel, Nails, etc., and Agricultural Tools. 

Agent for Masury Railroad Colors. 

DEALER IN CARRIAGES. 



Corner Freight and Evelyn Street?, RUTLAND, VT. 



J. H. CHATTERTON; 



AfiENT FOIl AND DEALER IX 






Agricultural (mplemeats. 



# 



Fertilizers, Horse Rakes, Mowing Machines, 

Hay Tedders, Harrows, Plows, 

Cultivators, etc. 

feent for I. fr. ImMgfi & Bros. PITTSTON COAL. 



32 Washington Street, 
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Babbitt Frank, latlie turner, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Babbitt George D. (Bardy & Babbitt), h. 5 Chestnut avo. 

Babbitt V. M., carpenter, li. 53 State 

Babcock C. L., general manager of Metropolitan Life Ins. 
(Jo., "for Vermont, N. H., and Northern N. Y., and gen- 
eral agent Continental Life of Hartford for state of "Ver- 
mont, li. 49 S. Main (see adv.) 

Baccaloni Dante, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Bacon Chas. L , cigarm alter, bds. 17 Woodstock ave. 

Bacon H. D. (Adams & Bacon), h, 4 Royec 

Bacon "William, carpenter, li. Pine street 

Badger O. G, manager of Tim, Wallcrstcin & Co., li. 2 Willow 

Bad lam Geo. L., bookkeeper, h. 5 Cottage 

Bad lam Maria Mrs., clerk with Chas. E. Ross 

pagley W. J., telegrapher, h. 50 Grove 

Bagley Leon C, manager local department Parmentcr's 
Insurance Agency, Clement bklg., h. 22 Orescent 

Bailey Alvin C, h. 46 Woodstock ave. 

Bailey P. M., h. 20 Grove 

Bailey Chas. II., marble polisher, h. 44 Green 

Bailey Fred li., bookkeeper, bds 26 West 

Bailey Nathan A., clerk railroad restaurant, h. Williams cor. 
Elm 

Bailey J. W. Rev., Cong, church, W. Rutland 

Bailey Margaret Mrs., b. 44 Green 

Bailey Herbert G., clerk, h. 22 Grove 

Bailey Thos. R., bookkeeper, Ripley Sons, h. 26 West 

Bailey Wayne, register of probate, h. 30 Grove 

Baird Chas., marble cutter, h. 124 West 

Baker Artemns C, painter, h. 27 Elm 

Baker Chas. E., manager, Rntland Valley 

Baker Fero, h. West end of State 

Baker C. M., photographer, 7£ Center, h. IS Park ave. 
(see adv.) 

Baker II. R. Mrs., h. 32 Grove 

Baker John, laborer, h. Allen near R. R. crossing 

Baker Joel C, attorney and counsellor at law, Clement 
building, b. North street 

Baker Michael, farmer, h. Cold river road 



PRINTING ofL 

-V. L ,. ' i ' N U 'jualhv of wort; at 
£6" THE LOWEST VitSSlhlK PB1CE._^1 



f all kinds— the finest 



THE TUTTLE CO., 

11 nml 18 Center St. 









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CLARK BROTHERS, 





MANUFACTURERS OF AND WttOlfiSAkS ***•> RETAIL 
DEALERS IN 

MONUMENTS, 

TABLETS, 

HEADSTONES, 
VAULTS, 
TOMBS, 

And Cemetery work of every description. 
Bailfling work, executed in Granite, Mar- 
ble Mid Brown stone, a specialty. 



No. 3 Hopkins St., 



RUTLAND, Vt. 



Newly painted and ventilated throughout. Tables supplied with sub- 
stantial and luxuries. 

IA11IB1S' HOTEL., 

OPEN _POR ALE NIGHT TRAINS. 
E. POMEROY, - - - Proprietor. 

16 Evelyn and Freight Streets, Rutland, Vt, 

EATES.— Transient, 35 cents a meal or $1.00 per day. Regular Boarders, 
from $4.00 to $5.00 per week. ^" Li very and Feed Stable "connected with 
the House. 



OTJB MOTTO— We Lead, Let Those Who Can, Follow. 




aciuG 




IMrOItTEHS ATTD RETAILERS OF 



r j&ift cwFFMMg mMB swicms. 

M AM V V AC U UREIi S Of 

SQr&&8l®JV &MB WJfiQJP M&M£N<@ B&W&B&. 

No. 5 Merchants Row, - Rutland. Vt 

g^"Handsonic Presents given Fiee to Purchasers. 

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Baker Oliver G. and Geo., farmers, h. Park opp. Forest 

Baker Stephen, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Baker Willard, farmer, h. 24 Park 

Baleom Ceo. W-, cliairmaker, h. 23 Howe 

Baldwin E. Wallace, assistant foreman wood shop, Howe Scale 

Co., li. 23 West 
Baldwin John, employed Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Baldwin Warner H., foreman wood shop and yard, Howe Scale 

Co., b. 46 Washington 
Ball Alonzo E., advertising agent Telegram, b. 16 Williams 
Ballard George, car repairer, h. 105 River 
Ballard John, stone cutter, b. T3 South 
Ballou Cassias M., painter, 1 Maple 
Ballon Ella M. Miss, stenographer, Clement building 
Ballot) J. M., proprietor Central House, 51 West (sec adv.) 
Ballon Orris C, musician, bds. Central House 
Banks Patrick, li. 78 Woodstock avc. 
Banks Rosanne Mrs., h. 70 Woodstock ave. 
Bannier Joseph, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Barber E. D,, livery, feed and sale stable, 41 West, bds. 

Globe Hotel (see adv.) 
Barber He m an, carpenter, h. 12 Evelyn 
Barber James R., blacksmith, b. 60 Pine 
Barber J. Eugene, livery, West et., bds. Globe Hotel 
Barber L. T., carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Barber Timothy, carpenter, li. W. Rutland 
Bardillo Marble Mfg. Co., A. J. Dunton, manager, 133 

West (see adv) 
Bardwell House, Crani ton & Carpenter, proprietors, Mer- 
chants Row, opposite depot 
Bardy & Babbitt, wholesale and retail clothiers, gents' 

furnishing goods, etc., 35 Merchants Row (see adv) 
Lardy N. R. (Bardy & Babbitt), li. 29 Washington 
Barker Barney, clerk Nat'l Express, h. 16 Convent ave. 
Barker John, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Barker Rolla, clerk, h. 16 Convent ave. 
Barker Samuel, shoemaker, h. 17 Convent avc. 
Barker Susan Mrs., widow, h. 19 Green 
Barlow Chas., carpenter, h. Park near Granger 
Barnard Chas. D., contractor, h, 58 Kendall ave. 
Barnard Georgia A. Miss, teacher, li. 29 Washington 



FA!RGH5U'S 60LD PENS 

AEE THE BEST. 



They are for sale only at 

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J. J, R. RANDALL, 

ARCHITECT 

— .A^nsriD 

CIVIL ENGINEER 

Office 7 Center Street, RUTLAND, VT. 

C. E. MOREHOUSE, 



-DEALER IN- 



Novelties, Apts' Sillies, Boots ai Stationery, Groceries, 

FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, TOBACCO AND CIGARS, 

And matiufaciiurer of 

IIMIIPIRCrV-ZED SHOE BL-A.CIKIIISrGX, 

3 Grove Street, Rutland, VI. 



ESTABLISHED 1878. 

C.*H. + WINTERS, 



mmWi 



21 WALES STREET, RUTLAND, VT. 

Oysters fresh every day, by the rjuaru gallnn or barrel, or served by (he dish in any style. 
The only Wholesale Oysier House in Vermont. 

Also choice Cigars, Tobacco, Confectionery. Canned Gwds, etc. Prices always 

just right. 

SADDLE ROCKS, BLUE POINTS, 

PROVIDENCE RIVER EXTRAS, SOUTHERN STOCK. 



ESTABLISHED 1672. 




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HHttoii mum 



STILLMAN B. RYDER, Editor and Proprietor. 

Published every FRIDAY, at Brandon, Vt., at $1,50 a year in advance. 

A Local and Family Newspaper, designed to contribute to the 

interest and entertainment of its patrons. It aims to record 

Local News through this seetion, and also furnish General Intelligence and 

choice Miscellany. It is a desirable advertising medium. 

J O O PRINTING DONE TO OR D E II. 

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Barnard Helen E. Mrs., li. 4 Con ft 
Barnes M. B. Mrs., li. 19 S. Main. 
Barnes S. F. Miss, stenograph or and type writer, Howe Scale 

Co., bds. 19 S. Main 
Barney John A., engineer, h. 55 Grove 
Barrett James, attorney and counsellor at law, Clement 

building, Merchants Row, h. 13 Pleasant 
Barrett Edward, chairmaker, h. 9'S Granger 
Barrett Fred M., druggist, bds. Berwick House 
Barrett James, Mrs. and Ellen, h. 24 S. Main 
Barrett James, employed by "V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Barrett James C. Mrs., Ii. 15 Pleasant 
Barrett J. D., employed by V, M. Co., Center Rutland 
Barrett John, foreman V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Barrett John, employed by Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Barrett John J., employed by V. M. Co., Proctor 
Barrett John, blacksmith, h. 54 Green 
Barrett Martin, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Barrett Michael, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Barrett Patrick, sawyer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Barrett Rock WOOd, treasurer and general manager Colum- 
bian Marble Co., and treasurer Lincoln Iron Works, office 
120 West, h. 24 S. Main 
Barrett R. P., electrician, h, 99 Center. 

Barrett Thco. M., druggist, Center cor. Wales, bds. Berwick 
Barrett Wra, H., express messenger, bds. Bardwell House 
Barrows Nathan R., grocer, h. 24 Elm 
Barrows S. R. N. Mrs., h. 24 Church 
Barry Henry, marble polisher, h. 44 Forest 
Bar stow Samuel E., lathe polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bartell George, laborer, h. Hill road, West Rutland 
Bartlett Frank, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Bartlett Geo., employed Y. M. Co., West Rutland 
Bartley John, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 
Barton Oscar M., machinist, h. 14 Royce ave. 
Bashaw Adolplms, teamster, L. G. Kingsley, h. 28 Pine 
Bashaw Alphonso L., clerk at 54 Center 
Basiiaw Alexander C, clerk, h. 22 Mineral 
Bashaw Frederick, laborer, h. 74 S. Main 
Bashaw Isaac, machinist, h. Granger below South 

.WLD'S, STAFFORD'S, CARTER'S and other INKS. COPY 
BOOKS, PRESSES, MUCILAGE, ETC. THE TUTTLE CO 
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Manufacturers of Lumber and Dealers in 

limcnsion liniuGr, iprucG and Mard Wood, 




STRONG AVENUE, 



RUTLAND, VT. 



CLIFFORD & MINER, 



-DEALLTiS t^- 



PUBE BRUM ASD CHEMICALS, 



jRainfe, ftls, llla&g r M liarnigheg. 

The latest and best genuine 

PATEJfT MEDICINES, CHOICE PEHFUMERY, I 

TOILET ARTICLES, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN HAIli 

BRUSHES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC 

TOILET SOAPS, 

With a full chosen stock of Fancy Goods. Also a full line of 

Watches, Jewelry, Gold and Silver Plated Ware. 

23 CENTER STREET, RUTLAND, VT. 
T. A. CLIFFORD. L. A. MINER. 

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Bashaw Zcb, machinist, h. 14 Church 

Bassett C. L., Manager Vermont Beef Co., Merchants 

Row, opp. Bard well House 
Bassier A. Y. and Edward, employed Sheldon & Sons 
Batcheldcr George, laborer, h. 13 Cramton ave. 
Batelielder Horaee A., clerk for Chas. A. Ross 
Bateman Horace G., engineer, h. 6 Ten-ill 
Bateman Lonisa A. Mrs., h. head of Temple street 
Bates A. C. & Son, builders and saddlery hardware, 

trunks, blankets, wagon woods and wheels, etc., 4G and 

48 Center (see adv.) 
Bates E. F., employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bates House, M. Qninn & Sons, opp. depot (sec adv.) 
Bates A. 0. (A. 0. Bates & Son), h. 43 Grove 
Bates Adeline Mrs., h. 3 Elm 
Bates Betsey Mrs., h. 5 Church 
Bates Charles E., conductor, h. next Central House 
Bates Harry M. (A. C. Bates & Son), 33 Grove 
Bates John R, cashier A. C. Bates «fc Son, h. 5 Church 
Batista R., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Battie Jas., overseer of poor, li. Center Rutland 
Battles Bernard, employed True Blue Marble Co. 
Battles Bryan, laborer, h. 49 River 
Battles James, quarry man, Y, M. Co., W. Rutland 
Battles James, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Battles James, P. O. messenger, li. 49 River 
Battles John and James, employed Dorset Marble Co. 
Battles John, employed Y. M. Co., li. C. Rutland 
Battles John 1st, Whipple hollow road, W. Rutland 
Battles Patrick 1st, employed Y. M. Co., h. West Rutland 
Battles Patrick 2d, employed Y. M. Co. 
Baxter Don, farmer, h. 13 Crescent 
Baxter Frank, moulder, h. fiO S. Main 
Baxter Hugh 1L, h. Grovo cor. Garden 
Baxter H. Homy Mrs., li. Grove cor. Garden 
Baxter J. N., h. 17 Cottage 

Baxter National Bank, 65 Merchants Row (see adv.) 
Beach Moses J., foreman, Ji. 24 Plain 
Beals Eveline C. Mrs, h. Madison street 
Beals Barton J., freight clerk, bds. 34 Washington 



Gliiciiii Olce Pens, 



GILLOITS, SPENMRIAN 

and all other kitids, 



Tie Tntfle Co. 



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^CRAMTOW & CARPENTER, PROP'S.;- 




-*" 1 JP : "j-'H ill** 1 !!. 



f^C 1 ., '"'In; 11 ' 

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Good Stabling and Livery Connected with the ITousk. 
j. w, cramton, h. o. carpenter. 

Carriage, lip # Ornamental Eainfacfti 



20 Wales Street, 



Rutland, Vermont. 



* S. * M.* DOER'S * SOWS,* 

^RUTLAND, V T . ,* 
I i 

I OFFER * TO * INVESTORS 

1 f 

Choice 6 and 7 per cent Loans on Improved farms in Kansas. 

Principal and Interest guar an teed and payable at this office on the (lay when due, free . 
of charge to the investor. We have sold these Loans for Fourteen years and have never 
had a foreclosure or loss. Write for particulars, 

W, R. Dork. Henry R. Dqkb. 



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KC . WHITE> 



Watches, Jewelry, Silver and Plated Ware, Spectacles, 

Musical Instruments, Li tins, I! e vol vers, Cartridges, &c. 

Repairing Promptly Done. Violin Stpingb a Specialty. 

Manager of Telephone Office. 

MAIN STREET, WEST RUTLAND. VT. 

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Beals R. D., manager N. E. Telegraph & Telephone Co., Chaf- 
fee block, h. 15 Park ave, 
Beam Ed ward, blacksmith, h. 34 Elm 
Beatnan Geo. H., West street, Center Rutland 
Bean Alexander, laborer, Columbian Marble Co. 
Bean A. F., porter at Berwick Honse 
Beaiiclmmp Jos., blacksmith, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Beanchant Noah, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Beaubiere Joseph, maciiinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Beaiiprant Noah, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bedor Peter, employed Columbian Marble Co. 
Beebe Chas., milkman, li. 112 N. Main 
Beebe Oliver W., maciiinist, bds. Brock House 
Beebe Lewis, farmer, li. Mill village 
Bell Grig ware, quarry man, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Bell Max am, quarry man, W. Rutland 
Bellaire Felix, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 
Bellmore Cams, employed by V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Bellmore Fred, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Bellmore Maxime, employed Y, M. Co., W. Rutland 
Bellny Frank, carpenter, h. 45 Eorest 
Bellny James, carpenter, h. 19 Plain 
Belville Peter, blacksmith, h. 53 East 
Benjamin J. A. Mrs., h. 110 N. Main above tannery 
Bennett Charles H-, laborer, h. head of Temple 
Bennett Chas. O, chief porter at Bat^s House, h. 12 Mer- 
chants Row 
Bennett Edward D., supt. B. & R. railway, office in pas- 
senger depot, residence, Bennington 
Bennett Edward R., baggage master, h. 77 Forest 
Bennett Edmund L., h. rear Courselle's nursery, State street 
Bennett Henry, blacksmith, Shortsleeve's, h. 24 Jackson avc. 
Benson Hannibal, farmer on J. W. Cramton's farm 
Benson Michael Mrs., h. Proctor village 
Benson E., hostler Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Benton Oscar II., machinist, h. Center, cor. Wales 
Bertagno Andrea and Oreste, Y. M, Co., Proctor 
Bertagno Yiturio, cotter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Bernbec N. L., clerk, Gosselin & Poulin 
Berwick House, Wm. H. Yaliquette, Center cor Wales 

Besnia Jolni. ranwtitnr li 11 S 17 /i, .no* 



Ksnia John, carpenter, h. US Forest 



Use " Royal " Lead Pencils, -,*,- -,„-,-, - „ 

Only 40 cent* per , to™.. ' THE TUTTLE CO, 



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C. E. CHANNEL! 



-DRAI.ISR IK- 



*f$tove£, jSVnkde^, fjkngej^ 




HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, 

TIN, SHEET IRON AND 
COPPER WARE, ETC. 

Plumbing, Gas and Water Pip- 
ing, Roofing, Jobbing, etc. 

9 Grove Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 

STEAM HEATING A SPECIALTY. 

Agent for the J. F. Pease Wrought 

Iron Furnace and Sienm Heater 

combined. Also agent for the 

(■arlnnd and Jieiv Crown 

OIL S T O AT E S 3 



BAIT STATE, JEWETT AND WEST SHORE RANGES. 

Also, Wrought and Cast Iron Furnaces. 

ELEQTBIC BELLS 

Of all kinds and ELECTRIC GAS LIGHTING a specialty. 



IF. G 

DEAL-KK IN 

BEEF. 

PORK, 

Ln nib, Mutton 

Veal, Hams, 

Fish, Oysters 

Poultry. 

Also mautifac 

turer of 

Fine Sausage; 
Fruit, Vegeta- -=t 

bles and Game ' 

in season. 



CLIFFORD, 




No. 4 Merchants Row, - 
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Bessey W. A., nia 'l agent, lids. Bard well House 

Better Peter, wheelwright, li. West Rutland 

Botts Geo. E., clerk, The Tattle Co., h. 10 Madison 

Bidgood Jacob, farmer, h. Cold river bridge 

Billavne Charles, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Billadeau Joseph, machine man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Billadcau Thos., laborer, h. 51 South 

Billings Abigail Mrs., li. 8 Court square 

Billings B. & D. C, fine groceries, provisions, teas, etc., 
12 Merchants row 

Billings Benjamin (B. & D. C. Billings), h. 20 Cottage 

Billings D. C. (B. & D. C. Billings), h. 33 Grove ■ 

Billings Frederick P., clerk with B. & D. C. Billings 

Billings Jesse L., h. road to Wallingford 

Birklan John, laborer, h. Center Rutland 

Bishop Ebon W., b. Main near Mill village 

Bishop Ed, quarryman, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Bishop John and Peter, employed S held on s' 

Bisiiop Frank, rubbing bed, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Bishop Frank, Elm street, W. Rutland 

Bishop L. Mrs., fashionable gownmaker, 2 Merchants row 

Bishop Orlando W., moulder, h. 94 West 

Bishop Jesse, truckman, h. 69 South 

Bissell Elmer W., carpenter, h. 63 Woodstock ave. 

BixbyC. F. & Co., dealers in groceries and provisions, 

canned goods, cigars, etc., 1 Grove 
Bixby George, h. Main below fair ground 
Bixby Chas. F., grocer, h. 34 Union 
Bixby Jacob, laborer, 28 Plain 
Blackwcll Patrick, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Blair David, h. IS Chestnut ave. 
Blaisdell Ai, laborer, h. Main near Mill village 
Blaisdell A. C, h. 16 Nichols 
Blaisdell H. W., clerk, h. 16 Nichols 
Blakely Carlos, meat dealer, h. 6 Woodstock ave. 
Blakcly Hewitt, farmer, h. 6 Woodstock ave. 
Blakely Hiland H., farmer, b. Creek road, Proctor 
Blan chard Albert, painter, h. 105 West 
Blanchard Chanty R. and Ellen, h. West Rutland 
B anchanl Frank H., li. Main opp. fair grounds 
Bhmcbard Freeman P., engineer, h. 15 Church 



q^J"? STR AW WRAPPING and 

STANDARD SHEATHING PAPER. 



So]d only by 

THE TUTTLE CO, 






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COMIIMMATJMIN 



,»■■«■ iDiiiii ■■■■■■*■■■■■ c ■=■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ * ■ ■ » ■■ ■ ■ ■■■■ ■ ■ ■« ■ 







47 Merchants Row, RUTLAND, VT.^-s 



THREE DEPARTMENTS. Each one a complete 
STORE IN ITSELF. 

FIRST Deit.— DRY GOODS and NOTION'S. 

Second Deit.— BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS. 

Tiiikd Djsct.— GROCERIES. TEAS, FLOUR, MEAL, 

FEED and SEEDS. 

Largest and Best Selected Slock of Goods in Rutland County, 
at prices thai defy competition. 



^#J. K. POST,' 

Manufacturer of Richardson's 



CARBONIZED * SEWER 4ND * DRAIN - PIPE 





ALL SIZES. 



<*S£Ss&3E5£l5i53SS 



Cliimney Tops, 
Lawn Vases, 
Border Stones, 
Etc., Etc. 



:*S*«3SS3SS8SSK 




Also Dealer in 

Akron Sower and 

Drain Pipe. 



Rosendale & Portland Cement, Wholesale and Retail. 

ALSO, COLORIFIC FOR COLORING. 

Manufactory West of the Railroad, i\ River Street, 

Neah. the Fueight Depot, 

RUTLAND, - - VERMONT. 

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Blancbard Geo. W., mechanic, h. Main near fair ground 

Blanchard Harry C, machinist, h. Main near fair ground 

Blanchard L. A. Mrs., h. 99 Center 

Bliss B. C, carpenter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Bliss Thos, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Bloomer H. C, inspector o£ work, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Blondin Mary Mrs., h. 6 Lineoln ave. 

Blum A., loader, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Boanes Chas, saw setter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

B janes Timothy, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Board man, Chas. II., Board man hill, W. Rutland 

Board man Edward H., farmer, Board man hill, W. Rutland 

Boardman Samuel, h. Board man hill, W. Rutland 

Boasc Alfred, quarryman, V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Bobear Win, employed True Blue .Marble Co. 

Boli an Thomas, employed True Blue Marble Co. 

BohemierJ. E. N., physician and surgeon, 211 Center 

Bolan Wra., laborer, li. 45 Green 

Bolan Martin Mrs., h. 45 Green 

Bold tic Henry, wagon maker, h. Mill village 

Bolier Octave, quarryman, V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Bombard David, employed Y. M. Co , Proctor 

Bond E. S. Mrs , h. 13 'Mineral 

Bond Horace W, laborer, h. Center Rutland 

Bond Samuel S, painter, h. 26 Forest 

Boner August, employed by Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Eoner Hugh, mechanic, h. 93 Forest 

Booth Geo. E., brakeman, li. 24 Howe 

Borden Oliver, employed Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Bosworth C. A. Mrs., h. 5 Cottage 

Bottnm Fritz G., student, h. 46 Grove 

Bottum C. R„ cashier Baxter National Bank, h. 46 Grove 

Bottnm Jas. H., bookkeeper, Keyes & Co., li. 46 Grove 

Bouchi Louis, employed by Sheldon *fc Sons 

Bourgeois Clias. II., painter, h. rear 34 State 

Bourne Chas. E., clerk B. & R. railway, office in depot, 
«. 11 Jackson ave. r 

Bourne 11. L., cutter, Y. M. Co, Proctor 

bourne M. A., coal dealer and fertilizers, office Strong's 
ave - °P P- frei ^»t house, h. 17 Washington (see adv.) 



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DUFFY & CLIFFQBD, 

DEALERS IH 

•WINE FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,* 

TEAS, 

COFFEES, SFICES, 

Canned fruits, 
Pickles, ^c r> 

Glass and 



G liLSS an d / * 5 , U* J 1 M 

Earth en ware, /■ JH'. ; /; 1 T'ev-^s^ v«j^ 
Fancy Goods ; \Lm>j''.* i .-■ LJ' ~ x ""^i- 
also dealers i^TJ^ L M **_'"_ ^ , -^-~ 




the best brands 
of 

CIGARS, 

Tobacco and 
Smokers* Arti- 
cles, 

Also dealers in 
COAL 



IS EVELYN STEEET, 
RUTLAND* - - - -. - VERMONT. 

HUGH DUFFY. ------- H. J. CLIFFORD. 

-A^ZESTTD CHOICE CiaAKS. 
FrescrijMims and family reeiju « carefully prepared. 

BAKER'S BLOCK. 7 Center B^ e A D , y T . 

f^O^SESHOEING A SPECIALTY. 





I^S #h^t-Claj^ livery.-*- 

Good turnouts on short notice find at reasona 
Corner Strong's Amine tindEoyce Si., - - - RUTLAND, YT. 

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Bovio James, quarry man, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Bonsquet George, laborer, h. rear 31 West 
Bousqnet Narcissc, laborer, h. 1 Cherry 
Bonsqiiot Tlios., moulder, li. 1 Cherry 
jBowen Albert, wheelwright, h. 2* Gibson ave. 
Bo wen Daniel, marble entter, h. 76 Forest 
J3o wen Frank C, clerk, li. 65 Meadow 
Bowcn Milo, blacksmith, h. 65 Meadow 
Bowman Edward, horse breeder, h. 116 N. Main 
Bowman O., millman at Sheldon & Sons 
Bowtell Edward, painter, li. 38 Washington 
Bowtcll Samuel, conductor, h. 4 Williams 
I'owtcll Samuel, Jr., shoe dealer, h. 53 Kendall ave. 
Bowtell S. & Soil, boots and shoes, 55 Center 
Boyle John T., printer, Herald, h. 10 Granger 
Boynton A. J., clerk at Berwick House 

Boynton David, printer, The Tuttle Co., h. 2 Woodstock ave. 
Boynton Mary Mrs., li. 4 Terrill 
Boynton William D., blacksmith, h. 4 Terrill 
Bracken Michael, employed by V. M- Co., W. Rutland 
Bracken Patrick, blacksmith for Sheldon & Sons 
Bradley N orris M., piano agent, h. 27 Pine 
Bradford M. M. Mrs., 79 Center 
Bradshaw Patrick Mrs., h. 17 Mineral 
Bragg Frank W., jeweler, Marshall Bros., h. 81 Forest 
Bragg Thomas P., salesman, Pollard's, h. 10 Cottage 
Bragg William, machinist, h. 81 Forest 
Brain ard Josephine Mrs., h. 98 West 
Braley Samuel T., draughtsman, h. 14 Park 
Bransliaw Albert, machinist, h. 25 Summer 
Bransliaw Henry H., machinist, h. 26 Elm 
Bransliaw Henry, carpenter, h. 26 Elm 
Bransliaw Joseph, cigarmaker, h. 26 Elm 
Bransliaw Mai vena, clerk, Jackson & Porter, h. 26 Elm 
Breen Edward, employed by Gilson & Wood tin 
Preen John, cutter, True Blue Marble Co. 
green Wm. 1st, employed by Gilson & Woodfin 
Brehmcr Louis P., music teacher, h. 24 N. Main 
Breluncr Louis F., musician, li. 24 N. Main 
Brehmer Philip H-, musician and piano tuner, h. 24 N. 
Alain 



BLANK BOOKS at very low prices 



THE TtTTTLE CO., 11 and in Center Street. 



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JOH3ST DTJPFY, 




M 



V 



■ ASIJ DEALER IS 



flowsrs, ¥sgstaBIss acd IsggtaBIs Hants, 



69 East Street, 



RUTLAND, VT. 



RXJTLADSTD 

CIIACKIKIE COMPANY, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

No. 2 Evelyn, Corner of West Street, 
RUTLAND, - - VERMONT. 

Ferd. Gosselix. Ciias. Poui.in. 

GOSSELIN & FOULIN, 

DEALERS iy AM, KINDS OF 

CANNED GOODS, POULTRY, FISH AND OYSTERS. 

Goods delivered to any part of tlis town. 

CIGARS AND TOBACCO A SPECIALTY. 

43 Center Stjreet, - RUTLAND, VT. 




PHIL. H. BREHMER, 

teacher of 3/tusic 



-A- INT ID- 



PIANO TUNER. 

ESPOfficeatE. White's Jewelry Store, No. 1 5 Center street. Resi- 
dence, 'li North Main street, Run, and, Vt. 

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Jjrennan John, employed by Gilson & Woodfin 

Brenuan Patrick and J as., employed Sheldon & Sons 

Brcnnan Philip and Jas,, at V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Bresnihan P. P., coper, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Breton Samuel, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

Brewer Calvin, mechanic, b. 8 Orescent 

Brewster Ceo. and Henry, Clarendon avenue, W. Rutland 

Brewster Geo. M., employed at 8 N. Main 

Brewster H. C, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Brewster John D., laborer, 0. Rutland 

Brewster John, farmer, h. Clarendon road, W. Rutland 

Brewster Henry, h. Clarendon ave. W. Rutland 

Bridge Lonis, millman at Sheldon .& Sons 

Briggs Ciias. F., moulder, h. 16 Plain 

Briggs Ceo., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Briggs J as., moulder, H. S. Co., li. 14 Plain 

Brine Chas., employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Brine Geo., employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Brislin James, cigarmaker, h. 24 Woodstock ave. 

Brielin John, laborer, h. 31 South 

Brislin Michael, laborer, h. 14 Hopkins 

Brislin William, fish dealer, b. 75 Green 

Briton Anseline, carpenter, b, rear gas works 

Britton Myron A. (A. P. Fuller & Co.), h. 18 Summer 

Brock S. A., prop. Brock House, Main cor. Engrem ave. 

Brock Willis, Btone tracer, bds. Brock House 

Broban P. A., clerk at Fenu's pharmacy 

Brohan Patrick, shoemaker at L. V. Green's, h. 73 S. Main 

Brohan Thomas, marble worker, h. 73 S. Main 

Brohan Wm. marble worker, b. 73 S. Main 

Brooks Alfred, painter, h. 45 Forest 

Brooks Alfred, quarry man, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Brooks Wm., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Brooks William, employed by M. J. Francisco 

Brophy Myron A., marble turner, Columbian Marble Co. 

-brophy Frank, marble polisher, h. 52 State 

Brophy Leon A., employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland. 

IS pothers A., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

-Brothers Andrew, mechanic, h. 3.1 Pine 

Brothers Newell, hairdresser for F. M. Mellow 

-brown A. N., express messenger, bds. Bard well House 



-FINE ST A TIONER Y '" *" L TT uc H ' M,,ic " labta D es'i-'i>s and Tims 



THE TUTTLE CO. 



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3EL WTSMMX. 

| DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY, f 

T TOYS and ^Rf 1 CIGARS and 



f 







FANCY GOODS, CONFECTIONERY. 

SIGN OF ILLUMINATED MORTAR. 
Ho. 7 Merchants Row, 



RUTLAND, VT, 

. i : 



PHOPRIETOR OF 

gt* with M&MM gtttfet* 

First-Class in all respects. Bath Rooms attached ivith hot and cold 
water at all hours. 



^JAMES L. CAHEE,ti 

■WHOLESALE AND RET Air, OEAT.Eli IX 

Gjfkin, tflonrf, #eed, Sfiin, Beef, fWk, 

MUTTON, LAMB, POULTRY, FRESH AND SALT FISH, OYSTERS, 4C. 

Center Street, - - BRANDON, VT. 




E. H. LAMPHERE, PROP., 

43 mate Street, - RUTLAND, VI 
ONE DOLLAR A DAY. 



Good Stabling and Livery connected 
with the House. 




* SEALER IN 

Lumber, Shingles, Clapboards, Sash, 

J,ATHS, IMRIUS, BLUBS, HUII.1IINU PAPER, FTC, AXSO 

BUTTER, EGGS AND BEANS, 

MAIN STREET, - - BRANDON, VT. 

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grown Amelia E., physician, 33 Merchants row 
Brown M. R-i wholesale manufacturer of cemetery, build- 
ing and decorative marble work, office State St., h. 14 
Cottage (see adv.) 

Brown Chas. II., engineer, h. 13 Summer 

Brown Frank W., fanner, Is. 114 N. Main 

Brown George, off Clarendon avc., W. Rutland 

Brown Geo. F., carpenter and builder, h. 10 Nichols 

Brown II. 11- & Co., country store, West Rutland 

Brown II. II., h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Brown Harry, clerk for II. II. Brown & Co. 

Brown Henry, sawyer, h. 14 Cherry 

Brown Isabella M. Miss, h. 10 West 

Brown James, civil engineer, h. 10 West 

Brown John, teamster, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Brown John, blacksmith for Wm. Cameron 

Brown Lewis, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 

Brown Louis, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Brown Patrick, laborer, h. 83 Granger 

Brown L. G., clerk, F. W. Watkins, h. 13 Crescent 

Brown Margaret Mrs., widow, b. 3 Jackson ave. 

Brown Martin E., machinist, b. 3 Jackson avc. 

Brown Nelson Mrs. h. opp. house of correction 

Brown Oscar Mrs,, h. 19 West 

Brown Patrick, laborer, Center Rutland 

Brown Patrick, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Brown Thos., marble worker, h. 14 Cherry 

BrOWn Thos. M., dealer in cigars, tobaccos, etc., 42 Wales, 
h. S3 Granger 

Bruce Frank, engineer, h. 40 Washington 

Brnncll, E. E., clerk, bds. Berwick House 

Bruso Peter, moulder, h. 47 East 

Bruten Albert, letter carrier, h. 47 East 

Bruten Daniel, postal clerk, h. 30 Strong's ave. 

Bruten Edward J., letter carrier, h. 30 Strong's ave. 

Bruten James, ii. 30 Strong's ave. 

Bruten John, mechanic, h. 30 Strong's ave. 

Bryant Carrie, clerk with Jackson & Porter 

Bryant John P., clerk with Jackson & Porter, h. 41 Grove 

Buckley C. A., machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Buckley Daniel, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 



Largest Printing, Binding and Stationery House in the State, 

— THE TUTTLE COMPANY. — 






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F. C. AMES, 




DINING B O a M S- JR 



DEALER IN 

Cctcfgettofcgvg, Cigars, Ogfttar*, As, 

WE ALSO CATER FOR BALLS, PARTIES AND PICNICS. 

- - - ■ RUTLAND, VT 



41 Center Street. 

^CARRIAGE UD SLEIGH MANUFACTURERS.^ 

Blacksmithing, 

Horseshoeing and 

General Jobbing. 





69 West Street, 



All Work First Class. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed; 
Opposite Memorial Hall, 

BUTLAHTD, VT. 



F. M, BUTLER. T. W. MOLONY. 

BUTLER & MOLONY, 
RUTLAND, VERMONT, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS SOLICITORS IN 

AT LAW, CHANCERY. 

PRACTICE IN STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS A SPECIALTY' 

Clement Bank Building. 
CHARLES O. RICE, 

TRUCKING OF ALL KINDS, 

DEALER ltf 

QO^L .AUSTID "WOOD. 

Wood sawed by steam. Orders promptly attended to, at 
Washington Street, (Next Town HaU,) - BUTLATTD, VT. 

ALSO 

EMPLOYMENT OFFXCE. 
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Bnoklir) May and Minnie, clerks, li. 2S Clmich 

Bueklin R nr,is £*■> marble agent, h. 28 Church 

Bucking 1 1 ei tn Win. B., rector Trinity church, li. 4S2 West 

Buekman Gilbert D., carpenter, b. 6 Maple 

Buck man G. D. Mrs., agent for White's sewing machines, 

h. 6 Maple (see adv.) 
BnektieY Albert, quarry man, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Endlong W. 1)., commercial traveler, lids. Berwick House 
Buffum Caleb P., bds. Main near R. R. crossing 
Bnffum Caleb, butcher, h. Main near R. R. crossing 
Buffuni Lewis D,, carpenter, h. 36 S. Main 
Bullett Fred, quarry man, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Bunker Charles H., yard master, h. 28 Park 
Bimneaii Louisa Mrs., h. 3 Cherry 
Burl lay L. 1ST., clerk, h. Center cor. Wales 
Bllt'dett Jesse, supt. Rutland Division of C. V. R. R,, 

office in depot, bds. Bard well House 
Bnrdick W. II., laborer, West Rutland 
Burditt Daniel D., supt,, Proctor Division, V. M. Co. 
Burditt Edwin D., clerk, bds. 1+ Church. 
Burditt Win., clerk for Gould & Burditt 
Burditt Win. F. (Gould & Burditt), b. 14 Cottage 
gurgess Chas., painter, li. 7 Noycs ave. 
liingcss Goo., employed Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Burgess Henry, boilcrmaker, bds. Farmers hotel 
Burgess Harlan d, employed by Gilson & Wood tin 
Burgess P., employed Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Buigliard August, employed by Y, M. Co., Proctor 
Burke Edward, hostler at 60 State 
Burke Edward, yardman, Howe Scale Co., h. South cor. 

Brown 
Burke James, carpenter, h. IT Franklin 
Burke James, selectman, West Rutland 
Burke J. E., asst. bookkeeper, True Blue Marble Co. 
Burke John F., employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Burke Michael, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Burke Richard, cigarmakcr, h. 24 Woodstock ave. 
Burke Wm., teamster, h. 50 Brow.i 
Bnr] in game Cyrus, harnessmaker, h. 43 S. Main 
Burnliam Clias. A., photographer, Emery's, h. 21 Park ave. 




Use " Royal " Lead Pencils, TW ~ TttTTt p pn 

OnJjr 10 cents per dozen. IH& TUTTLE CPt 

(6) 



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p, c. HULiuAsr. 



J. II U LI 11 AN. 



mm mm i imiii fin, 



OTLIHAN BROTHERS, PROP'S.^ 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




' W m^f& 



*i&?AM)liWWB,:.- 



faHEADSTO^BS s || 

e)i- . . ^_! i\s 

And every description of CEMETERY WORK, ' Orders liy mail promptly 
attended to. Work erected in any part of the count 17, Flue 
monumental work a specialty. 






Furnished on application. 

CENTER RUTLAND, VT. 



e$gMsBm Sk 



LIVERY, fe 
BOARDIWCJ, 



•'-M&m*' 




*M 



r& 



FEED and 

SALE 
STABLES. 



HXiimnai 



First-class Single and Double Teams at reasonably fates for easli. 

Drivers furnished when desired. 
WW'leleftfwne Connection. 
Corner of Wales and Willow Sts., - ■RUTLAND, VT. 



^cFETEB FAGAH***- 



7 „ 



■ 



4 FINE I.IXE AND LA It HE ASSOBTOOSNT 0F- 



■Foreign * and ■?■ Domegfte >I$ookng,~|^ 



'© 



dkll arj<I S[x^Ctt(e fcaf Yourselves". 
ALBERT NO VAX, Gutter. 
Futnsin & Sawyer's Block (up stairs), - - RUTLAND, VT. 

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Bnrnliam S. E. (Buruhain & Temple), li, 45 N.,Main ■ 

Burn ham & Temple, general insurance agents, Clement 

Bank building, Merchants row 
Burns Barney, sawyer for Gilsoii & Wood fin 
Burns Bridget, widow, It. 78 Woodstock ave. 
Burns Edward, laborer, li. 22 Meadow 
Burns Edward, laborer, li. 105 River 
Burns Edward, employed by Gilson & Wood tin 
Burns John, employed Y. M. Co., West Rutland 
Burns Joseph, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Burns Michael, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Burns Win., employed V, M. Co., Center Rutland 
Burpee Joseph C. druggist, Center, cor. Wales, bds. 

Berwick House 
Burr N. M., clerk for Gary & Hoag 

Burr W. W., harncssmaker, h. Clarendon ave., West Rut- 
land 
Barrett Ezra, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Buirett Louis, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Hurt B. IL, It. 50 West, cor. Grove 
Burt Louis, bookkeeper, h. 50 West cor. Grove 
Burt J. IL II., clerk with Chas. Sterns & Co. 
Burton Lewis W., shipping clerk, h. 31 Forest 
Bushey Joseph M., mechanic, h. 12 Royeo avo. 
Butler Edward C, keeper, House of Correction 
Butler Fred M. (Cutler & Molony), h. 9 Prospect 
Butler & Molony, attorneys and counsellors at law, Clem- 
ent building 
Butler Peter, employed by "V . M, Co., Center Rutland 
Butler Thomas, laborer, li. I'd School 
Butte rtield Frank, farmer, Pitt sford road 
Butterfly .las., engineer, h. Main below fair ground 
Button Frank 11., truckman, h. 17 Crescent 
Byrne W. J., blacksmith, Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 



Cad en Jolm Mrs., h. 26 Baxter 

Cuden Jolm, merchant, li. 2E> Baxter 

Gahce Albert E., upholsterer, h. 58 Kendall ave. 

Cahill Joltn, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Cahill Patrick, machinist, h. 45 South 



Wedding Stationery, 



ENGRAVED OR 
PRINTED, AT 



THE TQTTLE CO.'S. 



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TUTTLE & McKEOGH, 



74 Nonpareil Block, Center St., 



t^TT^FrT^J... 



RUTLAND, VT., 

asgSbOB 



ZJr^^tTT^S 



vmmmmm. mmmm 



'•j-v 



■ 6 



^. 



^M^^ % 



L£ 



Stecks, Srain and ^provision: 

Bought iu Sew York, Boston and Chicago Markets, for Cash or on Margin. 



f Inysstmenii Securities. 

H - 

SPECIAL WIRE. TO NEW YORK. 



^ 
^ 



A. H. TUTTI.E. 



' M. McKEOGH. 



J. ffl. BALLOU, Proprietor, 
Nos. 51 and 53 West Street, RUTLAND, VT. 

Centrally located a few rods from the Depot, Particularly convenient for 
business men and the traveling public gen orally. 

Good Stabling. Good Accommodations. Terms Moderate, 

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Cahill Patrick, employed by True Blttc Marble Co. 

Cain Francis, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Cain .lohn, rubbing bed, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Cain Jewett P., editor and proprietor of Saturday Expi 
office, Richardson's block, Center st., h. 102 Grove 

Cain Jane and Mary Misses, h. 5 Pine 

Cain John Mrs., h. Grove above North 

Cain Jol in A., fanner, h. 10:} Grove above North 

Cain Michael and Michael, Jr., 70 Woodstock ave. 

Cain Matt, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Cain Oliver J., restaurant, 17 Wales, li. 40 Church 

Cain Patrick, h. 54 Green 

Cain Patrick, polisher, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Cain Patrick, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Caissy Geo. N. Rev., rector French Catholic. Church, h. 
6 Lincoln ttve. 

Caissy Louis Mrs., h. 78 West 

Call Charles, employed Columbian Marble Co. 

Callahan Daniel and John, laborers, h. 31 Brown 

Callahan Daniel, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Callahan James T., employed by Lyman Strong Co. 

Callahan John, road to Proctor, Center Rutland 

Callahan Joseph, employed Columbian M. Co., Proctor 

Callahan W. U., boxer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Callahan J as., h. West Rutland 

Callahan James, shipper, Espcranza quarry 

Callahan John, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

Callahan William, employed at Valido Marble Co. 

Pallaway Fred, employed at Valido Marble Co. 

Cameron John C, tinsmith, Center Rutland 

Cameron John C, clerk, Van Doom & Tilson 

Cameron William, blacksmithing, horseshoeing, jobbing 

carnage repairing and painting, Center Rutland 
Campbell A. P., carpenter, h. 9 State 
Campbell Chas. E., bridge builder, h.C Summer 
Wunpbe 1 Chas. H., livery and undertaker, West Rutland 
Mmpbell Edgar L. } teamster, h. 11 Willow 
Campbell Nettie, clerk, h. State 
Unary James, polisher, bds. 73 Forest 
Canary John, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Landhsh A. Mrs., widow, h. 74 Woodstock ave. 



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Cantield John, employed V". M. Co., West Rutland 

Canfield Thos., employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Canfield Win., employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Cannon Michael, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Cannon Patrick, sealer, li. 107 Forest 

Cannon Patrick, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Cannon Stephen, teamster for Sheldon & Sons 

Cannon Stephen, employed by Gilflon & Wood tin 

Cannon Stephen, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Camion Thomas, laborer, h, 03 River 

Cannon Thomas, Jr., hds. 03 River 

Canty John, marble worker, h. Ki Lincoln live. 

Canty Thomas and J. P., h. Temple street 

Capeless John, h. on R, R., opp. Plain 

Capolcss Michael, car repairer, R. R., below scale works 

Capon Andrew, blacksmith, h. 23 Prospect 

Capron Benjamin, farmer, east of Mill village 

Capron George, Jahorer, h. 13 Meadow 

Capron La ban, farmer, li. head of Woodstock ave. 

Capron Theron, fanner, h. W. Rutland 

Capron Henry, creek road, Proctor 

Capron Thos., creek road, Proctor 

Carbine James, laborer, h. 90 West 

Cardelle, Chas. E., h. 4 Park ave. 

Carxlur .1. S., marble carver, h; 53 State 

Carder Thomas, tinsmith, h. 81 Grove 

Carder Thomas, Jr., marble worker, h. 81 Grove 

Gary, Win. W., cashier at Stearns 1 market 

Carlin Owen, laborer, h. 12 Green 

Carlisle Edward D., carpenter, h. rear 51 Green 

Carlisle Frank, clerk with Sterns «& Co. 

Carlisle 11. W., collector, Singers, h. 14 Mineral 

Carlson Andrew, laborer, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Carlson Gnstavus, cutter, V. M, Co., Proctor 

Carlson John, loader, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland. 

Carlos Joseph, machine man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Carmody A. Belle, teacher, Pleasant st., W. Rutland 

Oarmody John and Thos., opp. P. 0., West Rutland 

Carmody Frank, niillman at Sheldon & Sons 

Carmody Michael, (juarryman, Y. M. Co., W. Rati ami 

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Carmody Roger Mrs., li. Pleasant at., West Rutland 

Carmody John, Michael and Thos., fit Sheldon & Sons 

Carmody Thos. A., h. Pleasant st., West Rutland 

Carney Bernard, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Carney Patrick, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Carney Patrick, millman for Sheldon & Sons 

Carpenter & Carpenter, livery, rear 13 "Washington 

Carpenter Clarence M., jeweler, Marshall Pros. 

Carpenter Cyrel, clerk, h. 23 S. Main 

Carpenter David, mason, li, 2S Last cor. Terrill 

Carpenter Dana S., clerk at Morse's, W. Rutland 

Carpenter Emily A. Miss, h. 31 Washington 

Carpenter Felix, quarryman, V. M. Co., West Rutland. 

Carpenter Frank, teamster, li. 10 Crescent 

Carpenter Geo., livery, bds. 28 East 

Carpenter II. O. (Cramton & Carpenter), h. 31 Washington 

Carpenter Frank, carpenter, li. 14 East 

Carpenter II, C, traveling for A. F. Davis 

Carpenter H. C, Jr., clerk with The Tnttle Co. 

Carpenter J. Prank, livery, h. 14 East 

Carpenter Rolliu W., carpenter, h. 28 Maple 

Carrick Henry, marble worker, h. 99 Forest 

Carrigan Catherine, widow, h. 97 West 

Carrigan J. E., blacksmith, h. 38 State 

Carrigan Michael, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Carrigan Patrick, blacksmith, li. 38 State 

Carrigan Rosa C, teacher, Center street school 

Carrigan Thos., polisher, li.- 97 West 

Carroll A. A., employed True Blue Marble Co, 

Carroll Bernard, laborer, h. 15 South 

Carroll Eliza Mrs., h. 97 West 

Carroll .James, off Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Carroll James M., butcher for Martin B. Sheridan 

Carroll John, watchman, at 2 Willow 

Carroll John, machinist, h. 22 Forest 

Carroll Lawrence, laborer, h. 29 Gibson ave. 

Carroll Martin, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Carroll Pat. and Thos., h. 97 West 

Carroll Robert II., over Shedd & Son's store 

Carroll Timothy, laborer, h. 22 Forest 

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and well ventilated. Lighted by electricity throughout. Bath Rooms nml 
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Especially adapted for Commercial Travelers on account of its well lighted 
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Carrutliers James, proof reader at Herald office, h. 16 Lin- 
coln ave. 

Carson Robert, brakcman, h, 29 Center 

Carter Charles, laborer, h. 4 Pine 

Carter Edward, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Carter Frank C, employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Carter James, employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Carter Frank, Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Carter James, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Carter Jos., employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Carter Oliver, employed Y, M. Co., W. Rutland 

Carty James, machine man, West Rutland 

Casavau Felix, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Casavan Frank, tinsmith, h. 9 Engrem avc. 

Case Albert B., collector, h. 2 Strong's ave. 

Casey James, h. road to Proetor, Center Rutland 

Casey John, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Casey John, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

Casey Josie, employed at Bates House 

Casey Maggie and Julia, at Bar dwell House 

Casey Patrick, at Vermont Marble Co., Center Rutland 

Casey Thomas, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Casey William, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Caslin Daniel H., polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Caslin Michael, barber, under Berwick House 

Caslin Peter, laborer, h. 16 Meadow 

Caslin Daniel, turner, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Cassidy Mary, pastry cook at Bard well House 

Caste A., cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Caste Cesare, cutter, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Castle Francis E., engineer, h. 24 Pine 

Caswell Edward H. Mrs., h. 9 N. Main 

Caswell S. E. Mrs., h. 2 Pearl 

Caton Daniel, laborer, h. 47 Spruce near Plain 

Caton John, moulder, h. 44 Plain 

Caton Patrick, laborer, h, 47 Spruce 

Cavanagh Bernard, employed Center Rutland 

Caverly Chas. S. (M, D.), physician and surgeon, office 
and residence 2 Court cor. West. Office hours 8 to !) 
a. m., 1 to 2 and 7 to 8 p. m. 

Cawlcy Dennis Mrs., h. 53 South 

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40 Wales 



Patrick, blacksmith, h. 119 River 
Center Edward, machine man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Chaffee F. & Son, dealers in lumber, flour and grain and 

agents Akron drain pipe, 140 West 
Chaffee Fred. (F. Chaffee & Son), h. Main near fair ground 
Chaffee Geo. T. (F. Chaffee & Son), (George T. Chaffee & 

Co.), h. Main near fair ground 
Chaffee Geo T. & Co., dealers in in ilk, flour, meal, etc., 18 

Center 
Chalmers Geo. E. (Spaulding & Chalmers), h 
Ohamberlin Chas. N., machinist, h. 7fi Ea&t 
Cliamberlin Henry, trackman, h. 72 West 
Ohatnbci'lin Samuel K., bookkeeper, b. 10 Chestnut ave. 
Ohamberlin, W. H., teamster, West Rutland 
Champagne Frank L., piano tuner with McClurc Bros. 
Champagne Geo., painter, h. 27 Baxter 
Chandler Sarah M., resides with Fred Cbaffce. 
Channel! Chas. E., stoves, tinware, plumbing, etc;., 9 

Grove, 1). 20 Maple (sec adv.) 
Channell Fred. W., tinsmith with C. E. Channel!, h. 22 Maple 
Channel! David B., h. 22 Maple 
Channell Geo. H., plumber, h. 22 Maple 
Chaplin Ceo. W., slate roofing, h. 27 West 
Chapman Calvin H., carpenter, h. 4 State 
Chapman Clark J., carpenter, b. 4 State 
Chapman David, bnilermaker, h. 20 Meadow 
Chapman F. II. (F. II. Chapman & Co.), h. 47 Washington 
Chapman F. H. & Co., druggists and npothecaries, Bates 

House corner 
Chapman James, clerk, Union Pacific Tea Co. 
Chapman Wm J., Iloitermakor and inventor, 84 Forest 

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Charland Geo. H., salesman Combination Cash Store 
Charon Alfred, wheelwright, h. 19 Union 
Chatterton Isaac Mrs., creek road, Proctor 
CI tatter ton E. G. Mrs, creek road, h. Center Rutland 
Chatterton J. H., dealer in hqrsc rakes, mowing machines 
and hay tedders, also coal dealer, 32 Washington (see 
adv.) 
Chatterton J. M. Mrs., h. creek road, Center Rutland 
Chatterton S. Howard Mrs., music teacher and organ- 
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Cheney Lyman S., clerk, h. 1 

Cheney Gershom, farmer, h. 56 Main 

Cheney C. H. & H. W., general store, 23 Strong's ave. 

and Prospect street 
Cheney Geo. IL (G. H. <fe II. W. Cheney), Orescent street lull 
Cheney Henry O, train despatches h. 45 Center 
Cheney II. W. (G. H. & IL W, Cheney), h. 8 Pleasant 
Cheney Jsss., Pittsford road near town line 
Cheney Spencer C, painter, h, 86 Main cor. High 
Chi Ids Daniel, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Ohinney John, tiller, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Chittenden Daniel, cabinetmaker, Kingsley's, h. 17 West 
Choate S. L. Miss, stenographer at "Parni enter's Insurance 

office 
Christen son Julius, store clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Christmas George, quarry in an, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Clarey J. IL, haker, 98 West 
Clark Albert P., mechanic, h. 29 Jackson ave. 
Chirk Anthony and John, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Clark Bros., granite and marble works, 12 Hopkins (see 

adv.) 

Clark Ohas., teller Baxter Nat. Bank, h. 4 Prospect 

Clark C. F., cutter, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Clark Chester L., Clarendon ave., "W. Rutland 

Clark Ezra, teamster, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Clark Frank, farmer, Ckrk hill, h. W. Rutland 

Clark Frank L., sealer at Howe scale works, h. 37 S. Main 

Clark George F. (Clark Bros.), h. 3 Hopkins 

Clark Geo. E., supt. door and lumber dent. C. P. Harris 

Mfg. Co., h. 42 Washington 
Clark Harmon, teamster, li.„ 34 Plain 
Clark Henry, editor, h. 4 Prospect 
Clark Horace J., bookkeeper, The Lyman Strong Co. 
Clark James S. (Clark Bros.), h. 3 Hopkins 
Clark Jonas, supt., The Lyman Strong Co., bds. Pates 

Honse, Rutland, residence Poultney 
Clark Justus, teamster, h. 8T River 
Clark Maggie A., postal clerk, Proctor village 
Clark Ransom, carpenter, h. 51 East 
Clark R, W., clerk at Producers Marble Co. 
Clark Robt., clerk, Sheldon & Sons, W. Rutland 



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Clark R. H., asst. town clerk, li. Main opp. Strong's ave. 

Clark Timothy, mechanic, li. 3 Hopkins 

Clark Walter A., clerk and solicitor, M. J. Francisco's Agency, 

li. I) Gibson ave. 
Clarke Albert, editor and manager of Rutland Herald, bds. 

Bard well House 
Clarke J. A. Miss, select school, 19 S. Main 
Clausen Walter R, clerk, L. V. Green, h. 56 Pine 
Clcary Michael, laborer, li. SO River 
Cleavchmd Asaliel, fanner, li. Mill village 
Cleavcland Charles, employed at Sheldon & Sous 
Cleave] and Charles, conductor, h. 4 Royee 
Cleaveland George II. , carpenter, li. 14 West 
Oleaveland John, fanner, h. Main below R. R. ave. 
Cleaveland Joseph, h. Elm st., W. Rutland 
Cleaveland Will, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Clemens Fred, farmer for J. C. Dunn 
Clement E., shoemaker, Main st., W. Rutland 
Clement John, laborer, b. Center Rutland 
Clement & Sons, Clement Bank bld'g, Merchants row 
Clement Cbas. (Clement & Sons), and pres't State Trust Co. 

and Clement National Rank, b. Center Rutland 
Clement Daniel W., painter, h. 6 Maple 
Clement National Bank, Clement building, Merchants 

row 
Clement Percival W. (Clement & Sons), h. Center Rutland 
Clement Stephen, shoemaker, h. Marble st. W. Rutland 
Clement W. C. (Clement & Sons), h. 35 Washington 
Clifford Annie M., music teacher, h. 113 West 
Clifford B. A. Miss, clerk, h. 16 School 
Clifford B. M. Miss, organist St. Peter's Oh., h. 124 West 
Clifford Chas., clerk, Bardwell House, h. 124 West 
Clifford James, mason, V, M. Co., C. Rutland 
Clifford John, h. 124 West 
Clifford John P., conductor, h. 125 West 
Clifford Maggie Miss, music teacher, h, 124 West 
Clifford Mary, dressmaker at 55 Merchants row 
Clifford Michael C, butcher, at 43 Center 
Clifford Michael, employed at Gilson and Woodfin's 
Clifford Michael J. (Duffy & Clifford), h. 124 West 



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Clifford & Miner, drugs and medicines, also watches and 

jewelry, 23 Center (sec adv.) 
Clifford Nicholas, mason, V. M. Co., Center Rutland ' 
Clifford Patrick, helper, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Clifford P. Mrs., li. 113 West 
Clifford P. Cm dealer in beef, pork, lamb, mutton, veal, 

hams, sausage, bnttcr, lard, fish, oysters, etc., 4 Merchants 

row, h, 113 West (see adv.) 
Clifford Patrick M., stone cutter, bds. 43 State 
Clifford S. C, dealer in coffins, caskets and mctalic cases, 

6 Evelyn, b. 124 west (see adv.) 
Clifford T. A. {Clifford & Miner), h. 124 West 
Clifford William, blacksmith, h. 16 School 
Clifford Win,, brakeman, h. 122 West 
Clinc Daniel, engineer, h. 57 Granger 
Cline Daniel, employed by Gilson & Woodfin 
Clinc Hugh Mrs., h. 5 Green 

Cline James 1st and 2d, sawyers, V. M, Co., Proctor 
CI i lie J. J., rubbing bed, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Clinc Joseph, laborer, h. 9 Granger 
Cline Tbos., machine man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Cljvan Fardy, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Cluett & iSotlS, pianos and organs, 15 Mc reh ants row, B. 

G. Long, agent (see adv.) 
Cluff Albert, laborer, h. 57 Granger 
Cluff Stephen, off Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Coats Marvin, carpenter, h. 9 Crescent 
Cobb A. H., foreman, The Tnttle Co. job office, h. 11 

Crescent 
Cocklin Daniel, gardener, h. 89 River 
Coffey Michael, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Coffce Patrick, laborer, h. 2(5 Granger 
Colien Charles, cigarmaker, bds. Berwick House 
Colburn H. E. (Rutland Creamery), h. north from north end 

of Grove street 
Cole Clem. J., soap mP r., It. Main opp. Strong's ave. 
Cole Felix, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Cole James W., carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Cole Isaac, boxer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Collier W. H. Mrs., h. Elm street 
Colligan John, grocer, h. W. Rutland 




PRINTING Jgffipteft 

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Located at the Largest and Most Celebrated Quarries in the World. 

VERMONT MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS 

AT WltOLKSAl.ti AND KlfiTAII,, 
Native ami Foreign Grnmte, American and Italian Marble, 

Ofiiee 9S West Street, - RUTLAND, FT. 



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Centrally Located n few rods From ilic Depot, <iood Accommodations. 

TERMS MODERATE. 
12 EVELYN STREET, - - - RUTLAND, YT. 

USA- 'W- EVEBIN, 

A Full Line of FOREIGN anil DOMESTIC GOODS. A perfect fit Kiiaranteed, Latest 
Styles and Lowest Prices. 

OLD POST OFFICE BUILDING, NEAR DEPOT, 

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Colligan Patrick, blacksmith, h. "VV. Rutland 

Collins Bartholomew, farmer, h. 77 S. Main 

Collins Bridget, on railroad op p. scale works 

Collins Cornel ins, musician, h. 23 Franklin 

Collins Dennis, h. Rutland Valley 

Collins Ellen, widow, li. 23 Franklin 

Collins Jas. and John, sawyers, for Sheldon & Son 

Collins Joseph, employed Ripley's, Center Rutland 

Collins John P., bookkeeper, li. 23 Franklin 

Collins Michael, li. Center Rutland 

Collins Michael E,, mechanic, h. 31 Brown 

Collins Samuel, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Collins Stephen, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Collins Thomas Mrs., li. West Rutland 

Collins W. W., file inanuf., V. M. Co., Proctor 

Colt Fred, quarry man, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Colt PJenry, slioemaker, Marble st., W, Rutland 

Columbian Marble Co., Rock wood Barrett, manager, 

120 West 
Colvin L. H., bookkeeper, at 47 Merchants row 
Combination Cash Store Co., W. D. llulctt, proprier 

tor, dealer in dry goods, groceries and yunkec notions of 

all kinds, 47 Merchants row (see adv.) 

Commercial Union Telegraph Co., P. W. Van Bus 

kirk, manager, Bard well block 
Condon John, employed Y, M. Cc, Proctor 
Condon Sarah B., domestic at 2 Cottage 
Congdon Charles, h. Cold river road, 
Congdon Henry, at Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 
Congdon Henry C, watchman, H. S. Co., Cold river road 
Conk! in John, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Conklin Timothy E., foreman, quarry, True Blue M. Co. 
Conlau Bryan, springmaker, h. 61 Meadow 
Conlan James, carpenter, h. 75 S. Main 
Con Ian John, mi lb nan for Sheldon & Sons 
Connell Edward, meat, Clarendon road, W. Rutland 
Conn ell John Mrs., h. West near Cramton ave, 
Connell John, polisher, Y, M. Co., Center Rutland 
Connell Mary F., stenographer at Kellogg Bros. 
Connell Patrick, teamster, Y. M, Co., Proctor 
Con iff Luke, drugs, medicines, fancy goods, etc., Marble St., 

opp. depot, West Rutland (see adv.) 

W 7 717" 77 Q* rn a rrrT/i Tit r* 7T t^ In all Latest and Fashionable Designs and Tints 

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Where eta lie found the fin rat 
line of 

FANCY GOODS AND DRUG- 
GISTS' SUNDRIES, 
shown in the City. 




Ladies' Shopping Bugs in 
Plush, Alligator and Seal. 

Cutlery, Perfumes, etc. Also 
a targe line of Toys to please 
the little folks ; everything 
you can imagine, china, wood, 



Box, Musical Mechanical, Steam anfl Electric Toys, 

HARMONICAS, RATTLES and CHRISTMAS TREE NOVELTIES, 

Dolls in Wax, China, Bisque, Rubber, Wool and Knit, 

Dressed and Undressed, sleeping, crying and laughing, Chinese and Negro 
Dolls, Dolls' Shoes, Slippers, Stockings, Com OS and Brush Sets, etc. 



3 HKBCHANT8 m@W» 

KKEl'S CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF 

Men's, Women's, Misses' and Children's 

Iboots, shoes and 

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Baldwin & Lam kin, Lonnsbnry, Mathewson & Co., P. Cos Shoe 
Manufacturing Co.'s Ladies' Fine Shoes, Miller & Obors 
and J. S. Turner's Men's Fine Shoes. 0. Ken- 
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Comiiff Frank, carpenter, h. 39 Brown near River 

Conniff Patrick, engineer, Marble street, W. Rutland 

Connor Daniel, laborer, h. 58 Meadow 

Connor Harry II., machinist, h. 7 Grove 

Connor John, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Connor John, laborer, h. Strong's ave. near S. Main 

Connor Patrick, filler, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Connor Jas., V. M. Co., Proctor 

Connor James, employed at Columbian Marble Co. 

Connor Thos., employed Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

Connor John, farmer, h. Proctor village 

Connor see also O'Connor 

Connor Thos. D., clerk, Chapman's drug store 

Connor William S., laborer, fa. 29 Plain" 

Conroy Win., batcher, Clifford's, h. 9 Franklin 

Conroy Michael, laborer, Center Rutland, h. 9 Granger 

Conroy Stephen, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Consadine John, truckman, b. rear 46 Woodstock ave. 

Conway Daniel and Lorenzo, h. Main st., West Rutland 

Cook E. M., bds. with A. S. Watkins 

Cook F. Herbert, machinist, h. 67 State 

Cook I. Foster, h. 28 Washington 

Cook John h. & Chestnut ave. 

Cook Jos. F. (Rutland Creamery), h. above Mill village 

Cook Willis F., moulder, h. 28 Jackson ave. 

Cook Lydia, clerk at Telephone office 

Cooke F. W., printer, The Turtle Co., h. 7 Wales 

Cooke Walter F., deliverer, h. 82 N. Main near ice house 

Cooke E. S. Miss, dressmaker, li. 7 Wales 

Cooley Eugene A., laborer, h. 74 Green 

Coolidge A. G. (Howe & Coolidge), bds. 23 Grove 

Cooney John, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Coouey Ed,, Pat. and Thos., at Sheldon's 

Coppins Benjamin T., moulder, fa. 26 Union 

Copps Dennis F., clerk Y. M. Co. store, West Rutland 

Copps Edward and Dennis, 56 Washington 

Copps James F., foreman, Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Copps Joiin, employed by Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Copps Michael, polisher, h. 11 Green 

Copps Michael, near depot, West Rutland 

Copps William, quarry man, Y. M. Co., West Rutland 



BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 

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Com Frank, employed Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

Corhct-t Jobn, tailor, h. foot of South st. 

Corcoran Dominick, laborer, li, 42 East 

Corcoran James and John, li. 3S East 

Corcoran Peter and Dominick, laborers, h. 38 East 

Corcoran; Wm., hostler at Qu inn's livery 

Corey Mary, laundress at Berwick House 

Corey Thomas, quarry man, h. West Rutland 

Cornecn Cornelius, laborer, h. 36 Plain 

Cornell George, h. 28 State 

Cory Jas. Mrs., hill opp. Catholic clmrch, West Rutland 

Cossctfc Napoleon, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 

Costello Bartley, watchman, swamp near round-house 

Con il lard, Francois, harnessrnaker, h. on railroad opp, scale 

works 
Courselle A. J., florist, west junction of State (see adv.) 
Course! le Thomas, gardener, head Woodstock avc. 
Cox Fred M., clerk, Bard well House 
Cox George, mechanic, h. head of Allen 
Cox George, mechanic, li. 3 North 
Cox George 2d, delivery clerk, h. 98 Grove 
Cox William, truckman, h. 3 North 
Crafts David M., printer, The Tnttlc Co., h. 
Crain H. F. & Son, physicians and 

Pierpoint's block, 43-| Center 
Crain H. F., physician and surgeon, 43£ Center 
Crain M. R., physician and surgeon, 43£ Center 
Cramp John, marble cutter, h. road to Proctor 
Cram ton Mary E. Miss, bds. Bard well House 
CramtOII & Carpenter, proprietors of Bardwcll House 

(see adv.) 

Cram ton & Paige, proprietors of Bardwcll House livery 

(see adv.) 
Cramton A. S., farmer, h. Main below railroad crossing 
Cram ton J. W. (Dunn & Cramton), Bard well House 
Crane Leslie, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Crawford E. E. Mrs., clerk, H. S. Howe's 
Crawford Ernest E., freight clerk, bds. 23 State 
Crawford Geo. W., carpenter, h. 21 Baxter 
Crawford William Mrs., clerk, F. C. Houghton's 



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WHHEE CAN ML KOUKDT1TE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OF 

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Stbinwav, Hazei.ton; Deck eh, Knaiie, Caki'enteb, etc, and the 
Celebrated Cakcektek, Watkhi.oo and Mason & Hamlih Organs. 

A specialty made in selecting fine instruments of different styles and 
ijiiality to suit the purchaser, and each and every instrument warranted 
for a term of years, also a privilege of exchanging at any time if desired. 

a complete line of small instruments. 
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J. W. Ckajiton. Si A. Paige. 

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Crawford Will, baggage master, h.- 40 State 

Creed James E., proprietor of Bates House livery, sale 

and boarding stable, 4 and 6 Willow, h. 11 Wales ' 
Creer John, night foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Creer Lizzie A. Miss, clerk, Proctor 
Creer Robert C, boxer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Crcgan Stephen, polisher, bds. 73 Forest 
Crippin Amos and Benj., Clarendon road, W. Rutland 
Croff Eugene, packer, h. 6 High 
Cronan Joiin, clerk, Cheney's, h. 98 Forest 
Cronan Joseph, packer, h. 98 Forest 
Cronan Michael, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Cronan ¥ib,, foreman, Howe S. Co., b. 98 Forest 
Cropsey Mary J. Mrs., h. 17 Crcsent 

Crosier Orval II., stenographer, Reyes & Co., h. 56 Wash- 
ington 
Cross Adelor and Peter, at Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Cross Edgar IX, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Cross O. T. Mrs., pictures, pieturj frames, cords, knobs, etc., 

42 Center, h. 68 N. Main 
Cross G. T., mechanic, h. C8 N. Main 
Cross Joseph, quarry man, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Cross Peter, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Cross Peter, quarry man, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Crouch James W., mason, h. 43 Main 
Crowe John, laborer, b. 45 Spruce 
Crowe Michael, laborer, b. 45 Spruce 
Crowe Michael, laborer, h. 126 West 
Crowe Michael F., clerk, h. 132 West 
Crowe Patrick, laborer, h. 118 West 
Crowley Dennis C, foreman for M. W. Everin 
Crowley Florence, plasterer, li. 45 Franklin 
Crowley C. J., tailor for B. F. Pollard 
Crowley Cornelius, employed by Sheldon & Sous 
Crowley John P., foreman, b. 40 Plain 
Ciwley Jolm, polisher, at Sheldon & Sons 
Crowley Michael 2d, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Crowley Patrick, off west end of State 
Crowley Timothy, millman, h. Pleasant street, W. Rutland 
dimming Joseph, shoemaker, h. 18 Mineral 
On minings Oweu F. (Began & Cuminings), h. 84 Forest 
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Practical Upholsterer. 

JOBBING 

— AND — 

Also Manufacturer of Awnings. 

Orders left at L. G. Kingslev's Store 
will receive prompt attention. 

Shop 87 Evelyn St., Residence 25 Elm St., - BUTLAHD, VT. 



*" Carriage aM ifetgfc ManafaGtnrErs.^ 

SaSH5E5HJS2525iSH 

Blacksmithing, 
Horseshoeing 
and 

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Cummin gs Patrick, mason, h. 4G Sooth 

Ctimmings Bessie Mrs., at Percy Clement's 

Cummmgs Thomas, mason, bds. 104 River 

Cunningham A. O., clothing, hats, caps, gents' furnishing 

goods, etc., 5 Center, Ms, 19 Cottage 
Cunningham Jennie and Nellie, laundresses, 35 Merchants row 

Cunningham Orlando Rev., negotiator of loans, office 

and residence, 19 Cottage 
Cunningham Stephen, blacksmith, h. 10 Allen 
Cnpps Edward and Dennis, blacksmiths, h. 56 Washington 
Curley Thos., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Cni'iiinc Cornelius, laborer h. 32 Plain 
Curran Edward, laborer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Curran Michael, marble cutter, hds. 48 State 
Currier Joseph, carpenter, bds. 9 State 
Currier O. W., shoemaker, h. 8 East 
Curry James, fanner, h. Proctor 
Curry Wm., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Curtis Sidney, twin bridges above Mill village 
Curtis Sam'l P., flour, grain, meal, feed, baled hay, lime, 

cement, grass seed, Cumberland, Lehigh and Lackawanna 

coal, 28 Evelyn, h. 16 Grove (see adv.) 
Cusiek James, on R. R. opp. scale works 
Cutting Andrew J., truckman, orders left at Whiley's 

barber shop 
Cutting Sarah S., li. 42 S. Main 
Cutting William W., watchman, h. 42 S. Main 
Cyr Atignste, carriage maker, Elm st., W, Rutland 
Cyr Eustace, wheelwright, h. Elm St., W. Rutland 
Cyr Lonis, quarryman, h. Marhle St., W. Rutland 



Daeey Thomas A., operator, D. & R., b. W. Rutland 

Dahlgren A. P., blacksmith, h. rear 36 State 

Daggett Plimington, h. 5 Woodstock avc. 

Dalrymple H. A., dentist, West eor. Grove 

Dale William, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Daley Charles, clerk, h. 109 River 

Daley Edward, employed Gilson & Wood tin, W. Rutland 

Daley James, laborer, h. 32 Brown 

Daley James, teamster, b. 37 South 

WHITING'S FINE STATIONERY. For Fashion^ ComspondcoNi. 

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CJKALSOMINJNG, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING, ETC> 

■.•■■■-. ^".ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. £"£:£" 

All orders left at A. C. Hates & Son's Hardware Store will be promptly 

attended to. 



RUTLAND, 



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e 3 e oo 3 o oo 
O^GEfJUINE JSINGEI^ sewing p/icjnpg^© 

Have been sold and given perfect satisfaction. Two entirely new styles 

of Light Running, Ilifib Arm Machines, V. S. and r. P., the most 

perfect Machines made, can be seen at our office. 

THE SINGER MAN'F'G CO., 
fl2 Cehtkk Street, - RUTLAND, VT. 

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MANUFACTURER OF 




TERRILL STREET, 



Placksmkh, Horsesboer and General Jobber, Also a 

First-Class Livery and Feed Stable, 
Willi good Turnouts and cartful driv^rs^ at reason- 
able rates. 

RUTLAND, V'J\ 



Veterinary ^ burgeon, 



GRADUATE OF 



Ontario Veterinary Colloga, Toronto, Canada. 

OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, 

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Daley James 2d, laborer, 1j. 37 South 

Daley Thomas, marble polisher, h. 109 River 

Daley John Mr*s., h. 72 S. Main 

Daley Michael, clerk, h. 109 River 

Daley Michael E., laborer, It. 109 River 

Daley Patrick, 1st and 2d, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Damon D. M., grocer, 23 S. Main, h. 38 "Washing ton 

Dana Edward, lawyer, office Baxter Bank building, h. 21 
Madison 

Dana Judah Rev., h. W. Rutland 

Dan forth George, teamster, h. road to Men don 

Dan forth Olive G. Mrs., h. 1 East 

Danforth Wm. E., electro plater, 18 Woodstock ave. 

Daniels Charles A., billiards, Bard well House, h. 3 Pleasant 

Daniels Eben W., carpenter, h. 18 Maple 

Daniels Frank, carpenter and builder, h. 103 Forest 

Daniels George W., baker, h. 15 Washington 

Daniels Harriet Miss, h. 33 N. Main 

Daniels John, employed by V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Daniels Mary E. Miss, h. 33 N. Main 

Daniels Stephen, creek road, h. Center Rutland 

Daniels Thomas L., bds. 3 Pleasant 
Daniels Warren, h. 3 Pleasant 

Daniels Win. J., soap manuf., Cold river road 
Dansereau Abram, at Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 
Danscreau Frank, truckman, h, 81 Forest 
Dansereau John, truck man, h. 150 Forest 
Dansereau Joseph, laborer, h. 120 Forest 
Darby James, head of Cramton ave. 
Darby Michael Mrs., h. West st., C. Rutlam] 
Dasclas August, cinp, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Davey Mary, cook at Bates House 
Davcy N. B. Mrs., h. 8 Pleasant 
Davine Bernard, laborer, h. 54 South 
Daviti o Frank IL, marble cutter, bds. 43 State 
Davine James F., clerk, Barnes House, W. Rutland 
Davine J. M., clerk, W. Rutland 

Davine James, sawyer, Sheldons', Pleasant St., W. Rullattd 
Davine John mid Thos., h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 
Davis A. F., flour, grain, feed, baled hay, straw, coal, etc., 
River St., near the R. R., and brick manufacturer, Park 
street 



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Davis Achsah Mrs., h. 4 Pint; 

Davis Hurt, farmer, Plttsford road, above Mill village 
Davis C. .E.j teamster, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Diivis Daniel, traveling agent, bds. Brock House 
Davis Ebcr H., traveling agent, li. 15 Summer 
Davis Edgar, farmer, h. Mill village 
Davis Edgar K., h. 31 Pine 

Davis Edward, quarry man, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Davis Edwin D. Mrs., widow, h. 15 Ehn 
Davis Eugene A., carpenter, h. N. Main above Orescent 
Davis Henry \V., carpenter, ii. 80 N. Main 
Davis Irving, employed Ripley s,' li. Center Rutland 
Davis John, farmer, li. Temple street 
Davis Jobn, quarryman, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Davis Joseph, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Davis E. S., marble turner, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Davis Joseph M., water commissioner, h. 13 Church 
Davis Louis, teamster, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Davis Lucy Mrs,, dressmaker, It. 52 Center 
Davis May Miss, h. 14 Willow 

Davis Michael, employed Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Davis N. L., master mechanic of the rolling stock and machin- 
ery of the C. V. II. R. (Rutland Division), h. 6 West 
Davis Nathan, farmer, h. Temple street 
Davis Pcrley C, clerk for W. E. Ross 
Davis Robert B., carpenter, east of Mill village 
Davis T. A., groceries and provisions, Bard well House block, 

bds. 8 Merchants row 
Davis "William L., freight clerk, bds, 13 Church 
Davis W. A. D., clerk, Pollard's, h. 10 West 
Daw ley W. W. & Co., dry goods, notions, carriages, harness, 

etc., 30 Merchants row 
Dawley W. W., merchant, bds. Bard well House 
Dawlcy Seraph Mrs., h. 9 Crescent 
Day Wallace W., clerk at J. E. Robinson's 
Dearborn O. B., carpenter, 21^ Center 
Deccro Joseph, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
JDecero George and Joseph, teamsters, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Dederick C. H., clerk, Rational Express, h, 69 Wales 
Deflcy Patrick, machine man, V. M. Co., Proctor 



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DcforgQ Eli, carpenter, V. M. Co., Trout or 

De Laurent J". P., shoemaker, h. 7a S. Main 

Dellaire John, employed Columbian Marble Co. 

Delisle Tonssaint, shoemaker for L. Yaliquette, 13 Merchants 



row 



Dellaire Napoleon, carpenter, li. 
Demarais Michael, truckman, h. 



34 Baxter 
128 Forest 



Doming A. 



A., accountant, bds 42 Center 



Dempsey Patrick, Whipple hollow, West. Rutland 

Dcmpsey Stephen, marble polisher, bds. 99 West 

Dempsey Thos., engineer, Esperanza 

Dempsey William, employed Sheldon *fc Sons 

Dempsey John, laborer, h. 110 West 

Denio Abel, canvasser, h. 11 Royce ave. 

Denio Albert, mechanic, h. 44 Wales 

Denio Milo S., butcher for Martin li. Slier id an 

Dennis C. Frank, engineer, h. 14 Pine 

Dcno Gnstave, mechanic, Ripley s', Center Rutland 

Deperehi Henry, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Deragon Ezra, mason, h. 3 Granger 

Dcragon Marshall, mason, h. 28 Mineral 

Djrby Lafayette, farmer, h. 27 Baxter 

Dernier James, h. Castleton road, W. Rutland 

Derose Moses, machinist, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Derrick Robert, employed Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Dervin James, coper, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Dervin John, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Dcrvin John, sawyer for Gilson & Woodlin 

Derwin Napoleon, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Dcsordia John Mrs., h. 15£ Center 

Devers William, laborer, h. 73 River 

Dewey John M., farmer, hill road, West Rutland 

Dewey Julia A. Mrs., b. West Rutland 

Dewey Zebadiah ; farmer, li. Center Rutland 

Dexter Bela, earpenter, h. 86 S. Main 

Dicker man Harry L., bookkeeper, Clement Nat'l Bank 

Dicker-man Warren, b. Plttgford road, Mill village 

Dickinson Joseph F., laborer, h. 52 Pine 

Dickinson William li., laborer, h. 54 South 

DirHey Patrick, cinp. Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Dillon Kate, laundress at Bates House 



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Discreau E., employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Ditto Louis, h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Dockcry Matthew, quarry man, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Dodge Edwin E., engineer, h. 40 Pine 

Dodge M. N\, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Dodge Phineas A., laborer, b. 3 Grant 

Doherty Daniel, employed at True Blue Marble Co 

Doherty James, conductor, h. East cor. Green 

Doherty Joseph, laborer, h. 81 S. Main 

Dolan Charles, emp. V. M. Co., Proctor 

Dolan John, conductor, h 13 Grove 

Dolan John, drug clerk, )i 48 South 



Dolan Kate and Minnie, dressmakers, 13 Grove 

Dolan Tlios. Mrs., h. 13 Grove 

Dolan Thomas, laborer, h. 48 South 

Dolan P. H. Mrs., Center Rutland 

Dolan W. J., druggist and apothecary, 7 Center, h. 19 

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Domiriick Thomas, laborer, h. 42 Strong's avenue. 
Dominy Charles, h. S. Main cor. Allen 
Dominy Garrett, bead of Allen 
Dominy J. D., mechanic, li 10 Park 

Donahue Edward, employed Howe Scale Co., h. 48 S. Main 
Donahue Prank J., barn foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Donahue J., employed Dorset Marble Co. 
Donahue Patrick, laborer, h. 51 River 
Donahue Wm. E., employed by Dunn & Cramton. 
Donahue Willie P., stone cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Donaldson E. A., employed V. M. Co., Proetor 
Donelan Thomas P., peddler, h. 10 Meadow 
Donnelly Daniel, moulder, h. 21 Allen 
Donnelly Daniel T., clerk, Chas Sterns & Co. . 
Donnelly Henry, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Donnelly John B., machinist, h. 99 River 
Donnelly Michael, machinist, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Donnelly Patrick 2d, blacksmith, h. West Rutland 
Donnelly Wm., polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Donnelly William, conductor, h. 13 Granger 
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Doo1h,u John, overseer ear barn, Ii. 28 Baxter 

Doolcy J sillies and Barney, at Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Doolcy Thos., employed Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Doran Adlor, carriage maker, h. 120 Forest 

Dorr's S. M. SOUS, municipal bonds and first mortgages 
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Dorr Henry R. (S. M. Dorr's Sons), residence, "The Maples" 

Dorr Wm. R. (S. M. Dorr's Sons), residence, "The Maples " 

Dorr J. 0. R. Mrs., residence, " The Maples " 

Dorset Marble Go., office Putnam & Sawyer's block 

Dougherty John and Wm*, h. 18 School 

Dougherty Daniel, li. 18 School 

Douglas Casimcr, mason, h. Willow cor, Edson 

Douglas Frederick, mason, h. 7 Mineral 

Douglas Geo. W., foreman Y- M. Co., "VYest Rutland 

Douglas Geo. M., clerk V. M. Co. store, West Rutland 

Douglas Henry B., machinist, h. 15 Howe 

Douglas Joseph H., mason, h. 10 Elm 

Douglas Joseph, mason, h. 48. Center 

Douglas William O, mason, hds. Willow cor. Edson 

Douglas William A., tinsmith, h. rear 8 West 

Doutney Oliver, quarryman at Sheldon & Sous 

Downs George, engineer, h. 40 Granger 

Downs H. M., printer for F. M. McLean 

Downs Hugh and John, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Downs John and Wm. F., h. 21 Grove 

Downs Mary and Jennie, h, 21 Grove 

Downs Miriam Mrs., h. 63 East 

Downs Wm. H., machinist, h. Cold river road 

Downs Wm. H., mason, bds. 7 Fine 

Doyle Daniel, laborer, It. 38 Plain 

Doyle James, polisher, at Ripleys,' C. Rutland 

Doyle Rose Mrs., h. 71 South 

Draper Geo. A., stenographer, Kellogg Bros., h. 11 Royce 

Drew John, employed at Yalido Marble Co. 

Drew John H., moulder, h. 13 Jackson ave. 

Drew Samuel T., foreman printer, Herald office 

Drin water Eliza Mrs., li. 72 West 

Driscoll Daniel, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

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Drisline Dennis, employed Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 

Drury T. L. Rev., pastor of Church of the Redeemer, li. 7 

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Drury diaries K., mission work, li. 24 Church 
Ducat Moses, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 
Duccy A., mill man at Sheldon & Sons 
Ducharme John, mechanic, h. 3C State 
Dneharme John, engineer, li. 14 Clmrch 
Dueliarme John, Jr., machinist, h. 36" State 
Dneharme Megloire, marble worker, h. 29 South 
D ticket t Louis, West Rutland 

Ditcklaw Fred, teamster for J. E. Robinson & Co. 
Dueklaw Louis, hill opp. Catholic church, West Rutland 
Duelos Jos., laborer, V. H. Co., Proctor 
Duff Frederick, machinist, h, 15 School 
Duffy & Clifford, groceries, cigars, tobacco, crockery, 

boots, shoes, coal, wood, etc., 14 Evelyn (see adv.) 
DiiftV D. T., employed Dorset Marble Co., West Rutland 
Duffy Edward C, GBJriage maker, h. 6 Cram ton ave. 
Duffy Hugh (Dufty & Clifford), bds. 107 River 
Duffy John, market gardener, GO East (see adv.) 
Duffy John, polisher, True Blue Marble Co. 
Duffy James, laborer, h. 19 Woodstock ave. 
Duffy & Lenieur, carriage makers, West Rutland (see adv.) 
Dngan John, clerk at Fenn's pharmacy, It. State junction of 

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Dngan Peter, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Dugan Michael, 63 State opp. House of Correction 
Dngan Patrick, h. 131 West 
Dugan Thos. F., clerk at Woolley's, li. 131 West 
Dtikett Louis, quarryman, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Diamond Charles, mechanic, h.21 Green 
Dunlcavy Kate, cook at Brock House 
Dunklee B. F„ ice dealer, ii. 108 N. Main (see adv.) 
Dunklee Frank V., ice house, N, Main above tannery 
Dnnklee Jane and Lucia Misses, h. 101 N. Main 
Dunklee J. W., farmer, h. above Mill village 
Dunn Jasper, mason, h. 7 Grove 
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ware, plumbing, etc., 14 and 16 Merchants row (see adv.) 

Dunn James C. (Dunn & Orainton), li. 3 Cottage 

Dunn Michael, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Dunn Nancy C. Mrs., li. 12 Elm 

Dunn Thomas, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Dunn Wm. L., fireman C. V. R. R., h. 12 Clmrcli 

Dunnigan P. J., employed hy Sheldon & Sons 

Dun ton A. J., general manager, Bardillo Marble Manufac- 
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Dunton Edson H,, foreman, h. 27 Crescent 

Dun ton Franklin O., shipping clerk, h. 8 Summer 

Dunton Geo. "W., engineer, b. 25 North 



Dunton Melvin R., supt. Columbian Marble Co., li. 15 Fine 
Dunton Silas G., mason, h. 25 North 
Dunton William H. speculator, li. 28 Grove 
Dunton Walter C, lawyer, office Baxter Bank bld'g, 1). Wash- 
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Dunton Wm. R. Mrs., h. 34 Union 

Dnnton Wilbur, asst. supt. Columbian Marble Co., h. 22 State 
Dupaw Chas., painter, h. 33 Brown 
Dupaw Fred A., laborer, h. 49 Franklin 
Dupont Edmund, professor of French, 27 Pine 
Dupont Edward, mechanic, h. West Rutland 
Dupont John, moulder, h. 37 Strong's ave. 
Dnprey Frank, foreman machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Durfec Carlton W., meat market, Center Rutland 
Durfee Madison, watch repairer, h. 5 North 
Dor fee L. H. Mrs., h. 15 Woodstock ave. 
Durkee Chas. G,, carpenter, h. 34 Clmrcli 
Durkce Herbert C, clerk, h. 8 Chestnut ave. 
Durkee L. T., engineer, h. 3 Elm 
Dusettc Joseph, tcan]Bte]■, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Do ruing Joseph, machinist, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Dwyer Charles, teamster, Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 
Dwyer Daniel, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Dwyer James, employed Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 
Dwyer John, employed Dorset Marble Co., West Rutland 
Dwyer Michael, employed Gil son & Woodfin 
Dwyer Patrick, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Dwyer Patrick, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 



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Dvvyer Roger, employed Sheldon & Sons 

Dwyer Thomas, farmer, h. West Rutland 

Dvvyer Timothy, moulder, h. 7 Gibson ave. 

Dye Joshua P., trackman, h. 15 Park ave. 

Dye Nathaniel C, snpt. gas works, office at gas works, 

li. 13 Summer 
Dyer H. II., farmer, h. Main below fair ground 
Dyer John, switchman, bds. 21 Prospect 
I>yer Patrick J., laborer, h. 21 Prospect 
Dyer Wm. L., mechanic, h. 13 Engrcm ave. 
Dynan Michael, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

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Earle Ciias. L. Jr., h. 3£ Grove 

Earle Harland W., machinist, bds. 4S Pine 

Earle Lon. Miss?, dressmaker, Morse block 

Eastman Chas. D , machinist, bds. 7 Pine 

Eastman Frederick Mrs., h. Men don road 

Eastman Mary A., tailoress, li. 05 South 

Eastman Milo F., mechanic, h. 10 Royee 

Eastman Thomas N., sausage maker, h. 42 Center 

Eastman John E., clerk, h. ol Grove 

Eaton Albert II., clerk, H. H. Brown & Co. 

Eaton Edwin A,, jobber, li. 60 West 

Eaton Elbridge, painter, bds. 13 Elm 

Eaton Frank A., moulder, h. 23 S. Main 

Eaton G. W., teamster, h. 2 Church 

Eayrcs E. W., machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

E ay res Ceo. N., snpi of House of Correction, office and 

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Eayrcs James, farmer, on road 29 
Enyrs J. II., bookkeeper, Sheldon & Sous, h. Madison eor. 

Strong's ave. 
Eddy Webb, laborer, h. S High 
Eddy Fred C, salesman, bds. 12 Maple 
Eddy Herbert W\, clerk at P. O. 

Eddy Wm. F., clerk, Baxter Nat'l Bank, h. 22 Madison 
Edgcrton Emma Miss, h. 14 West 
Edgerton Edwin, lawyer, h. 26 Woodstock ave. 
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Edsort Alonzo B., carpenter, li. 32 Church cor. Williams 

Edson A. H. Mrs., li, Church cor. Crescent 

Edson Clarence O., clerk, h. Crescent cor. Church 

Edson Galen R., traveling agent, b. rear 44- Elm 

Edson Henry O. (M. & II. O. Edson), li. Church cor. Crescent 

Edson James A., h. 5 Madison 

Edson J. 11., clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Edson Mckar (M. & II. O. Edson), h. 47 West 

Edson M. & H. O., wholesale and retail dealers in lumber, 

sasJi, doors, hlinds, etc., 45 "West (see adv.) 
Edwards John 0., painter, h. 4S Pine 
Eggleston F. L. Miss, dressmaker, li. 73 West 
Eggleston Hiram, fanner, li. Woodstock ave. 
Eggleston J, Hurley, at Center Rutland Ilouse. 
Egglcston John F., proprietor of Center Rutland House 
Eld John, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Elliot James, machinist, h. 10 Howe 
Elliot Robt. and Win., V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Ellis George 1st, carpenter, h. 23 Park ave. 
Ellis George 2d, laborer, h. 2 Church 
Ellis George M., teamster, h. 42 S. Main 
Ellis Horace, mechanic, b. West Rutland 

Ellis A. D., merchant tailor, 27 Center, It. 17 Stroud's ave. 
Ellis II. M. Mrs., li. 5 Grove 
Elison M. A. & A. M. Misses, 27 Meadow 
E.liot Robt., epiarryman, West Rutland 
Elson John, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Ellsworth J. D., h. 12 Grove 
Ellsworth John and Michael, hd. 12 Chestnut ave. 
Ellsworth Michael, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Ehvurth Thomas 0., driver, Kingsley's, h, 17 Park ave, 
Emery William, lahorer, b. rear Pine 
Emery Ceo. H., photographer, 1 Merchants row cor. West, 

h. 21 Park ave. (see adv.) 
Emery John S., farmer, h. 104 Granger cor. Gibson ave. 
Emery Frederick, teamster, West Rutland 
Emerson C. H., machinist, h. 87 Granger 
Emond Clofus and Peter, qnarrymen, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Enfield Gideon, teamster, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Engrem Andrus, farmer, h. 70 Grove 
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Engreni John, speculator, h. 65 Wales 

Engreta Win. L., livery, b. rear 44 El in 

Enroe Joseph, machine man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Enslow Geo. R., laborer, li. S3 Clinrch 

Epencter Adolphua, moulder, b. 72 West 

Eriekson Andrew, Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Eriekson Carl, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Eriekson Elof, laborer, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Erickson John, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Eriekson Jolm, employed Y. M. Co., West JRntland 

Erhmdson Chas., leader, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Esperanza Marble Co., West Rutland 

Estabrooks Chas. A., painter, bds. Bard well House 

Estabrook Chas. D., wood worker, h. 36 State 

Eustace Edward, laborer, h. 47 Brown cor. River 

Eustace John H., at gas works, h, 45 State 

Evans Tims., cutter, Y. M. Co. Proctor 

Everin M. W., merchant tailor, old Post-office building, 

opp. depot, W. Rutland (see adv.) 
Everin Wm. and Patrick, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
EverSOn &. Co., proprietors Rutland Monumental Works, 

98 West (see adv.) 
Everson Alfred, marble worker, bds. 3 State 
Everson James (Eversjn & Co.), h. 3 State 
Everson Harriet A. Mrs., h. 3 State 
Everts M. G. Mrs., h. 18 West 

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Faddon Chas., h. road to Proetor, C. Rutland 

Fad den Oscar, h. road to Proctor, 0. Rutland 

Fagan Frank, employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Fagan Frank, quarry man, Y. M, Co., West Rutland 

Fagan Kate Miss, h. 42 Granger 

Fagan Michael Mrs., h. 28 Woodstock ave. 

Fagan Michael, laborer, h. 47 Granger 

Fagan Patrick, laborer, fa. 58 Granger cor. South 

Fagan Peter, merchant tailor, Putnam & Sawyer's block, 

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Fahey John, employed by Fred Chaffee 

Fahey John, quarryman for Sheldon & Sous 

Fain Edward and Timothy, sawyers, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Farley Michael W., conductor, C. Y. R. R, h. 5 Prospect 

Farmer A. H., carpenter, li. (5 Williams 

Farmer B. F., farmer, h. west of Mill village 

Farmer Chas., marble worker, h. 94 Y/cst 

Parmer £Ii, h. west of Mill village 

Farmer Frank J., fireman, h. 20 Church 

Farmer H. H.> farmer, h. west of Mill village 

Farmer Moses, hairdresser, 19 Wales, h. 32 Maple 

Farmer Noel, h. 18 Mineral 

Fanner Oliver, ear builder, h. 5 Cottage 

Fanner Theo., photographer for A. D. Perkins 

Fams worth Ceo. H., veterinary surgeon (graduate oE 
Ontario Veterinary College), office and residence 9 Pros- 
pect 

Farr Barney H., teamster, h. 1 Maple 

Fan- Burton V., laborer, h. 32 State 

Farr Henry L., pattern maker, h, 14 Chestnut ave. 

Farr Miles W., mechanic, h. 6 Oil inch 

Farrar Henry C, engineer, h. 24 State 

Farr ell Ann Mrs. and James, h. 21 Green 

Farrcll Arthur, road to Proctor, C. Rutland 

Farrell Bessie, domestic at 22 S. Main 

Farrcll Bryan, farmer, h. head of Green 

Farrell Ellen Mrs., h. 2 N. Main near ice house 

Farrell John Mrs., h. Pleasant St., W. Rutland 

Farrell Joseph, h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 

Farrcll John, road to Proctor, C. Rutland 

Farrcll John, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 

Farrell Mary, employed at Bates House 

Farrcll Patrick, employed Y. M. Co., Rutland Valley 

Farrell P. H., ice deliverer, li, N. Main near the ice house 

Farrell Thomas, sawyer, b. West cor. Cramton ave. 

Farrcll R. W., hairdresser, bds. Fisher's restaurant 

Farwell Frederick L., artist, h. 14 Chestnut ave. 

Far well Russell W., shoe dealer, h. 3 Pearl 

Faulkner Addie Mrs., h. 32 S. Main 

Faulkner Eli J., engineer, h. 32 Plain 

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president of the village, 61 Merchants row, bds. Globe 
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Fay Peter Mrs., b. C2 Woodstock ave. 
Fay William, laborer, b. (52 Woodstock ave. 
Feel j Tbomas, cook, Lard well House, li. 1 Strong's ave. 
Felt Fred K., machinist, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Felt J as. G., toolmaker, H. S. Co., h. 13 Strong's ave. 
Fenestiom Henry, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Fcrni Edward, drug clerk, h. 91 Center 
E eim Frauds Mrs., b. 9 West 

Fenn Frederick, druggist and dealer in fancy goods, sport- 
ing goods, toys, etc., 15 Center, h, 9 West (sec adv.) 
Fenton Channey, Creek road, Proctor 
Fen to II J. J., editor Telegram, Wales cor. Center 
Fenton Jeremiah, laborer, h. 4 Allen 
Fenton Wm. W., h. road to Proctor 
Ferguson Henry A., freight clerk, h. 12 Cottage 
Ferguson Joseph Mrs., h. 12 Cottage 
Ferguson W. L., freight agent, D. & IL, h. 12 Cottage 
Fen-ell Wm. W., harnessrnaker, h. 75 West 
Ferry Dennis, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Field Fred A., asst. postmaster, h. 101 Center cor. Main 
Field Geo. W., night foreman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Field Henry F., cashier Rutland Co. Bank, h. 27 N. Main 
Field Isaac and Henry, at Y. M. Co., West Rutland 
Field Rollin D., machinist, h. 13 Chestnut ave. 
Field Wm. M., president Rutland Savings Bank, h. 103 

Center cor. Alain 
Field Wm. IL, carpenter, h. 13 Chestnut ave. 
Filmore L. Mrs., h. Richardson's new block 
Fillmore Win. II. tinsmith for Dunn & Cram ton 



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Fish A. and F., grocers, Main St., W. Rutland 
Fish John J., ehairmaker, bds. 20 Howe 
Fish Lionel G., h. 5 Engrem ave. 
Fish Lionel, Jr., li. 5 Engrem ave. 
Fish Miner, mechanic, h. West Rutland 
Fish W. G., ins. agent, h. 10 Pine 
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Fisher J. W., dining rooms, confectionery, etc., 8 Merchants 

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Fisher M. E., traveling salesman, with E. D, Eeyes & Co. 
Fisher Sarah, widow, n. 6 Pleasant 
Fisher W. H. H., druggist and apothecary, 7 Mere] 1 ants 

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Fisk Benjamin J., farmer, h. ilain below R. R. crossing 
Fisk Eurton C, invoice clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Fisk Cli as. W., farmer, h. Mill village 
Fisk John, fanner, li. Mill village 
Fisk James M., li. south of Baxter farm 
Fisk Thomas L., carpenter, li. 12 Willow 
Fitch Hiram H,, carpenter, h. 22 Mineral 
Fitzgerald James, mason, h. 57 East 
Fitzgerald James, over Shedd's store, C. Rutland 
Fitzgerald Thos., laborer, h. Grove near town limits 
Fitzgerald John, laborer, b. off bead of Green 
Fitzpatrick R., cutter, Y, M. Co., Proctor 
Fitzsimmons John, employed at Yalido Marble Co. 
Fitzsimmons Philip, teacher, bds. Barnes House, W. Rutland 
Flaherty .Kate, chambermaid at Bardwell House 
Flaherty James, laborer, h. 17 School 
Flanders Geo. T. Mrs., h. 1 Nickwaekett 
Flanders David, laborer, b. bead of Allen 
Flannigan John, shoemaker, Proctor 

Fleming Jatnos, employed Gilson & Woodfin, W. Rutland 
Fleming Michael and W. J., mill men at Sheldon's 
Flint Wallace H., patternmaker, h. 20 Wales 
Flowers James, ii. Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Flybott Simeon, machinist, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Flynn Bernard, blacksmith, b. 50 Meadow 
Fly no Bryan, mason, h. 118 River 
Flynn Hugh C, mail carrier, h. 64 Meadow 
Flynn M., printer at Herald office 
Flynn Michael, mason, b, 64 Meadow 
Flynn Patrick, laborer, bds 118 River 
Folant Daniel, moulder, h. 53 East 
Foley Edward, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Froctor 
Foley James, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Foley John and Richard, h. 21 Mineral 
Foley John H., machinist, h. 4-8 Meadow 



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Foley Michael, marble cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Fontanya A., cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Eon tan a C, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Fopte W. M., clerk, Producers Marble Co. 

Forbes C. H., pension and claim agent, office at Berwick 
House, resides at Brandon (see adv.) 

Force, Robt., employed by V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Ford John, marble worker, h. 41 Forest 

Ford Moses, marble worker, h. 5 Summer 

Formally Julius, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Fosburgfi Daniel, physician and surgeon. Office and resi- 
dence Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Fosburgh Merritt, engineer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Foster Edwin L., carpenter, h. 13 Meadow 

Foster Frank, h. off head of Woodstock ave. 

Foster Henry, mechanic, h. West Rutland 

Foster James, h. Main cor. Elm, West Rutland 

Foster John, moulder, h. Ill River 

Foster Lawrence W., brakeman, b. 88 River 

Foster Levi C, foreman Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Foster M, J, Mrs., h. 9 Park ave., cor. Pino 

Foster Patrick, laborer, h. 106 River 

Foster Simeon B., carpenter, h. 28 State 

Foster Win., farmer, off head of Allen st. 

Fobs Edwin M. Mrs., Ii. 40 Grove 

Foss John W., clerk, li. 40 Grove 

Fountain Alexander, laborer, h, 20 Mineral 

Fonrnier William, stone cutter, h. 123 West 

Fox Edwin H., on Herald staff, h. 

Fox Fred, fireman, h. 6 Howe 

Fox Ceo. H., physician and surgeon, office and residence 2 
Cottage, office hours 8 to 9 A. m., 12 to 2 and 7 to 9 p. m. 

Fox Henry, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Fox Patrick, polisher, True Blue Marble Co 

Foy Abial B. and Chas. W,, h. 6 Convent ave. 

Foyles John A., painter, li. 45 Pine 



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Francis Alexander, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 
Francis Chas., mechanic at Shortsleeve & Co. 
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Francisco A. D., farm insurance agent, h. 99 Center 
Francisco I. H., cashier, Francisco's agency, h. 23 Washing- 
ton. 
Francisco M. J., general insurance agent and adjuster, 

Rutland Savings Bank block, h. 23 Washington 
Frank S. A. employed by G-ilson & Wood fin 
Franklin Leonard IS,, painter, h. 5S Grove 
Franzohi Charles and Andrea, polishers, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Frappier Raphael, quarryman, Y. M. Co., West Rutland 
Fox John, blacksmith, h. 77 River 
Fox Michael, polisher, Ripley s,' Center Rutland 
Fox Martin, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Frasicr Elisha and Ernest, Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Frasier Octave, quarryman, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Fredctte Albert, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Fredette Edward, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Fredctte Frank 1st and 2d, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Fredette Fred, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Fredette George, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Fredette Henry, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Fredette John, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Fredette Louis, employed by V. M, Co , West Rutland 
Freeman Godfrey, h. 28 Howe 
Freeman George W,, farmer, h. West Rutland 
Freeman Herbert, painter, h.West Rutland 
Freeman Chas. F., clerk, Rutland Bazaar, Is. 56 Kendall ave. 
Freeman Isaac, b, head of Allen 

Freeman Jos., carpenter, h. off head of Woodstock ave. 
Freeman Viola H. Mrs., h. Main st., West Rutland 
Freigang Fred, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
French Stephen, b, 34 West 
French Sarah T, Mrs., h. 24 Cottage 
French Melvin II., clerk, h. 33 Washington 
French Win., chair turner, b. 31 State 
Frenicr J. Henry, machinist, h. 1 Cherry 
Flint A. E. Mi-s.,b. 10 Prospect 
Frost Albro, sashmakcr, h, 15 Meadow 
Frost Bert A., chainnakcr, h. 15 Meadow 
Frost Cbas. A., conductor, bds. Bard well House 
Frost Chas. B., b. 21 Washington 
Frost Chester K., asst. photographer for G. H. Emery 

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Frost Leland, laborer, h. 15 Meadow 

Frost En f us Mrs., h. 22 Grove 

Frost Orlo S., laborer, 1x1 s. 35 Howe 

Fuller Albert, employed Sheldon & Sons 

Fuller A. P. & Co., wholesale and retail monumental work 

8 Evelyn 
Fuller Alfred P. (A. P. Fuller & Co.), h. 7 Clinch 
Fuller Alden L., machinist, h. 24 Park ave. 
Fuller Arthur, farmer, h. 2 miles above Mill village 
Fuller Chas., painter, bds 28 East 
Fuller Chas. A., photographer, fa, 24 Park ave. 
Fuller Duane, carpenter, h. West En thin cl 
Fuller Jcduthan, carpenter, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Fuller John, cotter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Fuller Nathan J., hostler, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Fuller John, h. near twin bridges, Mill village 
Fulton Chas. E., carpenter, h. 13 Park ave. ^s 

Furman Mark, clerk, bds. 22 Grove 
Furnisa Stephen H., moulder, h. 26 Baxter 

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Gaffncy Edward, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 
Gaffney John, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Gaffney Julia and Mary, employed Berwick House 
Gaffney Patrick F., merchant tailor, W. Entland 
Caffney T. J. Rev., pastor of St. Peter's Church, resi- 
dence next to the church 
gaffney Win., employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Gale Chas. A., homoeopathic physician and surgeon, office 
and residence 16 West, office hours 8:30 to fc3Q a m 1 
to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. 
Gallagher Edward and Pat, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Gallagher Patrick, coper, V\ M. Co., Proctor 
Gallagher James, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Gallagher James, laborer, b. 85 S. Main 
Gallagher James, quarry man, Dorset Marl tie Co. 
Gallagher John, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Gallagher J. P., employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Gallagher Julia, employed at Bates House 
Gallagher Patrick and Wm, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
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Gallipo Henry and Ramie, teamsters;, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Gallipo Joseph, block car, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Galusha Frank, employed Columbian Maible Co. 

Galvin Edward and Martha, h. Clarendon road, W. Rutland 

Gannon John, grocer, Marble st, W. Rutland 

Gardner Fred H-, head hallman at Berwick House 

Gardner John, porter at Berwick House 

Gardiner Frank, mechanic, h. West Rutland 

Garrett J. J., proof reader at The Tuttle Co.'s office, It. 22 

Park avc. 
Garrow Chas., h. off head of Allen 
Garao Alexander, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Garvin Patrick, employed Dorset Marble Co. 
Gary Frank W. (Gary & Hoag), h. 21 Summer 
Gary & Hoag,, dealers in groceries, tine teas and coffees a 

specialty, 29 Center 
Gary Ruel B., h. 22 State 
Gaekill V. A., lawyer, bds. 4 Park avc. 
Gast W. G., printer at Herald office 
Gates Alonzo, fruit trees, h. 21 Crescent 
Gates Chalon, employed at Valido Marble Co. 
Gates Geo D., bds. with Geo. E. Russell 
Gates Horace, machinist, h. 58 Washington 
Gates Mary C. Mrs., bds. Bard well House 
Gates Gardner, fanner, h. Clarendon avc., West Rutland 
Gaughan, Patrick, laborer, h. 9 Franklin 
Gay Frederick (Gay, Kimball & Gay), h. 32 Grove 
Cay, Kimball & Cay, shirt factory, corner of Forest and 

and West 
Gavin Matthew, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
Gcbo Joseph, mechanic, b. West Rutland 
Gebo Stephen, quarryman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Gee Frederick, painter, h. 51 Green 
Gee Frederick C, hostler, Creed's livery 
Gcer Alfred, machinist, h. 14 Mineral 
Gcer Andrew, painter, h. 44 Center 
Geer Edward, salesman at 47 Merchants row 
Goer Joseph, blacksmith, h. 10 Mineral 
Gentictt Arthur, mechanic, li. West Rutland 
Gennette E. A,, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Gennette Henry, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 



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Geno Joseph aud Joseph Jr., contractors, h. Proctor 

Geoffi-iou Jos., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

George C. Eugene, marble cutter, h. 23 Pino 

George E. S., marble cutter, h. 23 Pine 

George Frances Miss, dressmaker, h. 25 Pine 

George Thomas, machinist, h. 25 Pine 

German John B., packer, h, rear 51 Green 

German Joseph, laborer, h. 57 West 

Gcnmiin John P., carpenter, h. Kendall ave. above Eitn 

Germ on d Hewitt W., h. 3 Cram ton uve. 

Gcrrity Michael, laborer, h. 11 Lincoln ave. 

Gerrity Daniel, laborer, h. 47 River near R. R. 

Ghia Lorenzo, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Gibbs Clias., baker, bds..9 State 

Gibbs Horace S., farmer, h. Proctor 

Gibbs Horace &, fai'tncr, li. Center Rutland 

Gibbs James, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Gibbs James W., farmer, li. Proctor village 

Gibbs Jam. '8 W., Jr., teamster, h. Proctor village 

Gibbs M. L., mechanic, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Gibeau Adolf, teamster, h. "West end of State 

Gibeau Joseph A., hairdresser, Center Bntland 

Gibson Alba D., sawyer, h. 1 Grant ave. 

Gibson C. P., and Geo. M., h. 11 Baxter 

Gibson Prank, farmer, h. N. Main near Mill village 

Gibson Isaac, mason, li. 14 Pine 

Gibson Isaac, Jr., teamster, h. rear 14 Pine 

Gibson Joseph E., carriage maker, Terrill st., h. 44 S. Main 

Gibson Nils, laborer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Gibson Rebecca H. Mrs., h. 19 Woodstock ave. 

Gibson Samuel, fanner, h. Mill village 

Gibson Timothy O., keeper of House of Correction 

Gilboiird O., employed V. M, Co., Proctor 

Gilchrist O. J. T physician and surgeon, office hours until 9 

a. ir. aud IS to 1 and C to 8 r. m. Office and residence 

79 Center 
Gilchrist S. A., milliner, h. 22 State 
Gilbert Lucia M., artist, 1G Cottage 
Gilfeather Annie, dining room girl at Berwick House 
Gilfeather Edward, employed by Gilson A Woodtin 



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KOCH SONS & CO., NEW YORK. 

A PHOTOtiKAl'H CAMEKA POR 25 C*KTS. 





The simple, yel perfect little instrument to which we have 
given the name of 

because of its readiness at all times and places^ without any 
preparation whatever, to take a pbotORrapb of any and et^ry- 
ihinfj„ is, in iiselt, a perfect camera with gelatine dry pkue in- 
closed, and in ail its essential parts resembles the ordinary 
costly camera. 



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The Automatic Mucir.ACiE Pencil is designed to overcome the more common evils at- 
tending the use of mucilage and to combine in one article a practicable fountain and 
Drush uf convenient slice and simple construction, ft con si sis of a tube for holding thtz 
fruin ; a sponge atone end for applying it ; a rubber bulb m the oilier end, which serves 
both to confine the mucilage and force it through the sponge ; and finally a cap to protect 
the mucilage from the air. The pencil is rilled after removing the rubber bulb, by pouring 
the mucilage slowly into it from a bottle. Work the sponge a little on a piece of paper, tn 
get it thoroughly saturated. Whenever more mucilage is wanted than the sponge con- 
tain s> compress the bulb until a sufficient quantity is forced out. But never compress the 
bulb except to obtain mucilage, which will flow at every compression, till the last drop 
is used, A in/ays hap the metal cap on iv/wri not using the Pencil, PriCUj 2£ edits CUCh. 



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Gilfcfither James, laborer, 45 River near R. R. 
Gil feather Patrick) inillnmn at Sheldon & Sons 
Gilfoathcr Thomns, laborer, h. 45 River 
Gill John, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Q-illatn Adrian L., farmer, !i. above Mill village 
Gilliland John, gardener, Center Rutland 
Gillespie James, b. Marble st., West Rutland 
Gilligen James, quarryman, Sheldon & Sons 
Gillon William, farmer, bds. Farmers Hotel 



Gil man Frank, laborer, h. rear 7 Meadow 

Gilman Frank, brake man, h. 11 North 

Oilman George, earpenter, b. 126 Williams 

Gilman John, driver, Kcyes & Co., h. 3 Maple 

Oilman John J,, earpenter, h. 24 Gibson ave. 

Oilman Mitchell, laborer, h. 11 North 

Gilman Philip, h. off bead of Allen 

Gil more Clias. J., Pleasant st., W. Rutland 

Gilmore Dan forth B., stone cutter, 21^ Center 

Gilmore Edward F,, policeman, b. 4S Center 

Gilmore James L., h. W. Rutland 

Gilmore William, farmer, h. 93 Center 

Gilmore William R., marble dealer, li. W. Rutland 

Gillooly Owen, sawyer, b. 22 South 

Gil rain Bartholomew, farmer, h. 78 S. Main 

G drain James, moulder, h. 10 Green 

Gilrain Michael, teamster, h. 78 S. Main 

Gilrain Patrick, mason, h. 62 Meadow 

Oilson E. P. (Gilson & Woodfin), h. 6 Court 

Gilsoil & Woodfin, producers of Rutland marble, West 

Rutland 
Gilson Thomas S., contractor, h. 16 Williams 
Gilson Wilbur J., packer, h. 23 State 
Gipson Geo. M., peddler, b. 11 Baxter 
Giranx Adlord, employed Lyman Strong Co. 
Giroux Alexander, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
Glaneey Geo. W., marble polisher, fa. 7 Mineral 
G Ian coy Michael, quarryman, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Glassou Charles, loader, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Glasson T. J., clerk, V. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 
Oleason Charles, trimmer, h, 49 Kendall ave. 
Glcason Daniel W., Singer Manufacturing Co., Proctor 



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Gleason Daniel M., harness maker, k. 33 Orescent 

Gleason Fred A., painter, h. 33 Orescent 

Gleason Jolin, fanner, h. 11 Allen 

Gleason John L., mason, h. 13 Terrill 

Gleason Timothy, polisher, Y. M. Co., I 1 roc tor 

Gleason Peleg, fanner, on ^ line road 

Gleason Julia, chambermaid, Bard well House 

Gleason Martin L., laborer, li, road to Mention 

Gleason Michael Mrs., h, 5 Howe 

Gleason William, laborer, h. 5 Howe 

Gleason Win. O., foreman, h C Park 

Glynn James E., h. 8 Park 

Glynn Timothy, carpenter, h. Park cor. S. Main 

Glynn William T., clerk, bds. Park cor. S. Main 

Glode Alexander, carpenter, h. 7 Oak 

Gobain Michael, carpenter, Marble St., West Rutland 

Gobair Eli, carpenter, h. West Rutland 

Goddard Hannah P, Mrs. h. Post street 

Goddard John E., engineer, h. Post street 

Go key Omcr, employed Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Gokcy Peter, mechanic, h. West Rutland 

Goliin Michael, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Goldsmith M., surgeon, OS Strong's ave., li. 29 N. Main 

Gomez, John J., hairdrcssing parlor, bds. Globe Hotel 

Geodalc Jas. J., bookkeeper, Dunn & Cram ton, h. 65 N. Main 

Goodno O. J., h. 25^ Merchants row 

Good now William A., carpenter, h. 70 N. Main 

Goodspeed James, road to West Put land 

Goodspeed Geo., teamster, road to West Rutland 

Goodwin M. S., milk, h. 1 Nickwaekett 

Goodwill, W. D., stenographer, h. 1 Nickwaekett 

Goolcy Annie J., resides with Fred Chaffee 

Gordon Alexander, blacksmith, h. 10 Mineral 

Gordon Henry, Vpiarryman, Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Gordo: i Moses, horses] loor, Wales St., b. 38 Pine 

Gorham Albert H., clerk, h. 100 Forest 

Gorham Ohaunccy, Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Goi'ham Franklin, Clarendon road, West Rutland 

Gorham George, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Gorham Henry D., butcher, h. West Rutland 

Gorham Louis, blacksmith, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Glum Office Pens, "J. JffiF Tie Tittlelo. 



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Ti|>Top Writing TablH*. 
L'liritiin Writing Tfllili'ta, 
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KUral ffrilliii? Tablets, 



Amerlniv Blotter Writing TuiiMs. 
Amarfoafl Tablet Pspetwlwi, 
l'urit:iH Tibial racpetorftifi, 
Acme Writing GafeOftj 
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[Patented August, i836 ] 

Tli is article is n Writing Case and Ladies' Lap Tahlet combined, as it. 
con tains all the requisites for correspondence, furnished wii.li Writing 
Tablet, Envelopes, Inkstand, Tens and Pencil, Wax Taper, Seal, Sealing 
Was rind Blotter Sheet, all of the highest grade. They are made in Seal, 
Alligator, Morocco and Fancy Leathers. Also, 

TOILET CASES, POCKET-BOOKS AMD CARD CASES, 

Made from the finest, imported leathers. 

THE TUTTLE CO., Jobbers, Rutland, Handle 
Our Goods. 

ssHcme Stationery and Taper £g. 

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Gorman John, employed Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 
CoSSelin E., agent grocery and meat market, 54 Center, 

h. 12 Church (see adv.) 
Gkisselin Ferdinand (Gosselin & Pon'.in), li. 34 Pine 
Gosselin J. A., mason, li. 44 Center 
Gosselin Napoleon, machinist, h. 85 Granger 
Gosselin & Pouliri, choice family groceries, meats, etc., 

43 Center (see adv.) 
Goueltue Adolplnis, dork, h, #4 Maple 
Gonchoe Frank, mechanic, h. "West Rutland 
< 7 mioIi;i.ii Frank, stone cutter, h. West Rutland 
Gould & Blirditt, dealers in hour, grain, meal, feed, 

Lehigh and Lacknwiuina coal, lime, cement, etc., 8, 10 and 

la Freight (see adv.) 
Gould Fremont W., machinist, h. 40 Pine 
Gould Frank, employed by Keyes it Co. 
Gould James, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Gould J. A. (Gould & Purditt), h. 20 A Vest 
Gould Libbie Miss, li. 22 Madison 
Gonld N. R. Mrs., h. 40 Pine 
Gotdil Wm. IE LL, carpenter, h. 17 Baxter 
GouldingJ. H-, see'y Dorset Marble Co., cftico Putnam & 

Sawyer's block, h. 74 N. Main 



J. A. Gould 



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articles to tat, 
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their butter at 
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Spruce is the only wood used; these hoses are fur- 
nished either in native wood or coated with pure, color- 
less, tasteless and odorless PnrafRue Wax, which entirely 
prevents any taint reaching the butter from the outride, as 
well as preventing the butter coming in contact with the 
wood at all, or any sign of greasiness showing upon tlie 
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Go win Maria Mrs., h. 24 Summer 

Gove F room an E., carpenter, h. 17 Flain 

Goyette, Augnstin, hairdresser, )i. *^5 Elm 

Goyette Adolphus, carpenter, h, 90 Woodstock ave. 

Goyette Daniel, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Goyette Joseph and James, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Graham Andrew P., machinist, V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Graham C. D., printer at Herald office 

Graham II. G. Mrs., li. Center Rutland 

Graham Ilattie, bookkeeper, Robinson's, C. Rutland 

Grali am James, tracer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Graham William, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Graham Win, A., foreman machinist, Sheldon & Sons. 

Gralmm Win. W., machinist, V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Orandey Charles A., engineer, h. 30 S. Main 

Craildey John S., clioice family groceries, provisions, 

canoed fruits, confectionery, cigars, etc., also dealer in 
"coal and wood, goods delivered to any part of the village, 

45 Forest, In 33 Union 
Granger C. H., agent New York Life Insurance Co., office 

in Mors-j's block, h. 23 Prospect 
Granger Geo. II., carpenter, h. 58 State 
Granger James, mason, li. 70 Baxter 
Granger Lyman P., h. Meadow 
Grant C. L, clerk for J. H. Grant 
Grant I. W., clerk for J. IT. Grant 
Grant J. H., meat market, 36 Center, li. 9-t S. Main (see 

adv.) 
G rattan Fred., machinist, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Grattan Goo,, mechanic, h. West Rutland 
Gravel Andrick C, confectioner, bds. Globe Hotel 
Gravel Roderick E., blacksmith, bds. Globe Hotel 
Graves D. A., clerk with H. A. Sawyer & Co. 
Graves Geo, E., druggist, 3 South Main, h. 6 Court eq. 
Graves Geo. E. it Co., tanners and leather and hide dealers, 

office Court square cor. West 
Graves Hiram 11., h. 12 Chestnut ave. 
Graves Jerome S., machinist, h. 21 Howe 
Graves Morton H., foreman coffee mill dept. Lincoln Iron 

Works, h. 12 Chestnut ave, 

ARNOLD'S, STAFFORD'S, CARTER'S and other IMS. COPY 
BOOKS, PRESSES, MUCILAGE, ETC. THE TUTTLE CO 

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THE TUTTLE COMPANY, 

SPECIAL -A-GKEnXTTS, 

RUTLAND, VT. 



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Graves Robt. C, clerk, h. Court square 

Grcavos James W., carpenter, li. 23 Green 

Green Anna B., dressmaker at 55 Merchants row 

Green C. H,, machinist, h. 40 S. Main 

Green Cyrel W., h, Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Green Daniel W. Mrs., li. West Ru timid 

Green David, at Edson's mill, h. Temple street 

Green Edward R., h. 23 Fine 

Green Geo., coremaker, h. 62 S. Main 

Green Henry C, mechanic, li. 40 S. Main 

Green Louis V., dealer in Indies' and gents' hoots and 
shoes. Hand sewed shoes always in stock. Fine repair- 
ing and custom work a specialty, 19 Center, h. 21 Howe 
(see adv.) 

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Pianos sold direct, from the Factory at Manufac- 
turers' Prices. Send for .Illustrated Cata- 
logue, which will be Mailed Free. 

Address BOARDMAN & GRAY, 

Opposite Depot. 543, 545 and 547 Broadway, ALBANY, N. Y. 



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Green Ililand E., h.'Main below f;iir ground 

Green E. D, Mrs., h. 31 Howe 

Green N. P. Mrs. and George, h. 38 S. Main 

Green R. F., elerk, h. 1 State. 

Greene WiHardE. (Higgins, Greene & Hyde), h. 16 Park avc 

Greeno Anstiu A., farmer, U west of Mill Village 

Greeno Benjamin R., fanner, li. west of Mill Village 

Greeno B. L. Miss., h 3 Williams 

Greeno Prosper, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Grenongh Charles, earpenter, V. M. Co., Procter 

Greenwood Archie, quarryman, V. M. Co., West Rutland' 

Gregory J. E., marble grader, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Griffin Alice Mrs., b. 54 Granger 

Griffin Bridget, cook at Berwick Honse 

Griffin James, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 

Griffin John, laborer, h. 35 Granger 

Griffin John, sawyer, True Bine Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Griffin Martin E., h. 3 Grant 

Griffin M. Ii., foreman pressman, Tlic Tattle Co , 104- River 

Grimes John, employed at Berwick llonse 

Grinnell Ansel and Emmett, h W. Rutland 

Grinncll Mary V., physician, office West cor. Grove 

Griswold D., employed at True Blue Marble Co 

Griswold Edwin L., farmer, h, West Rutland 

Griswold George A., engineer, h. 16 Park avenne 

Griswold Harriet Miss, h. 29 West 

Griswold S. H., physician and surgeon, 29 West Office 
hours until 9 a. m., 1 to 3 and after 7 i>. m. 

Grouin John, opp. Catliolic church, W. Rutland 

Gronin Michael, at Esperanza Co., West Rutland 

Gronin Michael, engineer, True Blue Marble Co, 

Grooual John, mechanic, Ii. West Rutland 

Grovcr Charles, clerk, h. 2 Strong's avc. 

Grover Clias. D., h. off West end of State 

CrOW Frank M., pianos, organs and musical goods, Mu- 
tual Exchange block, Grove St., b. 53 Grove (see adv). 

Grower B.C., creamery, 60 West (sec adv.) 

Guard George, marble cutter, h. 45 State 

Guard Israel, laborer, bds. 67 Forest 

Guernsey J. W. Rev., h. ft Bine 

Gncrin David, h. West st. near Center Rutland 



GOLD STRAW WRAPPING and 
STANDARD SHEATHING PAPER. 



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BOOKKEEPERS*, BANKERS' AND MERCHANTS' USE. 

Siunples on application to us or our agents, THE TUTTLE CO., 
Rutland, "Vt., who have them for sale. 

THE MILLER BROS. CUTLERY CO., 

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The Largest and Most Complete line of 6, 10 and 25 Cent Goods in 
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Guertin Carlos j laborer, li. head of Woodstock avc. 

Guertin Thomaa, wheelwright, h. 7 North 

Guertin Joseph, Qninn's livery, bds. Bates House 

Guibord A-, sawyer, V. M. Co., Praetor 

Gvubord Moses, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Gain don John J., blacksmith, h. 8 Hopkins 

Gniuettc Adolf, clerk, Gosseliu & Poulin 

Gnuiette Elroy and Adolf, millmcn at Sheldon & Sons 

Gutterson Augie L. Mrs., b, 15 Prospect 

Gutterson Ernest L, machinist, h. 15 Prospect 



Hackett A. F , cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hackett John and Wm., employed at Gilson & Woodfin's 

Hackett Michael, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Hahar Michael, laborer, Center Rutland 

Hakins C. A. Mrs., h. (J Crescent 

Hale Alice Mrs., h. 28 Pine 

Hale Frank, farmer, h. head of Woodstock ave. 

Haley Dennis, laborer, bds. 99 West 

Haley Henry, hostler at Creed's livery 

Haley James, foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Haley John, sr., h. 4 Meadow 

Haley John Capt., h. 4 Meadow 

Hall Chas. Mrs., h. 32 Howe 

Hall Chas. S., sawyer for Sheldon & Sons 

Hall Dan K-, general manager of Producers Marble Co., 

office 19 Merchants row, h. 1 Garden 
Hall E. A., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Hall 11, A., nmsic teacher, h, 16 Prospect 
Hall Henry, lawyer, h. 6 Williams 
Hall John M., traveling salesman, b, 17 N. Main 
II all Lizzie L. teacher, h, 37 N. Mai a 
Hall Mareellus, teamster, Marble st., West Rutland 
Hal] Win. P., clerk for Higgins, Greene & Hyde 
Ilalpin J. 13., hell boy at Bates House 
Ilalpin John and Michael, laborers, h. 42 Spruce 
Ilalpin Timothy, stone cutter, h. 29 Maple 
Hamilton F. S., clerk at Producers Marble Co. 
Hamilton M. T. Mrs., h. 41 S. Main 
Hamilton John, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 



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Hamilton Owen, mechanic, h. 4 Park 

Hammond Edward Mrs,, h. 38 Meadow 

Hancc Joseph, painter, h. 7 Howe 

Ilancy Bridget Mrs., h. Center cor. Wales 

Hancy Hiram Mrs., dressmaker, h. 2 Strong's ave. 

Ilauey Jas., foreman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Hancy Lizzie Miss, dressmaker, h. Center eor. Wales 

Haney Michael B., laborer, h. 35 Strong's ave. 

Hancy William, at Flint's, Rutland Valley 

Hanley Andrew, employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Hanley Archie, laborer, Y, M. Co., Procter^ 

Hanley James, h. West Rutland 

Hanley John, stone cutter, h. 125 West 

Hanley John, laborer, h. 9 Meadow 

Hanley John, tpiarryman for Sheldon & Sons 

Hanley J. W., employ ed V. M, Co., Center Rutland 

Hanley Martin, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 

Hanna John H., gardener, h, 11 Cherry 

Hannum Kingsley K., clerk, A. C. Bates & Son and chief 
engineer lire department h. 8 Woodstock ave. 

flanrahan, James, h. Main cor. Engrcm ave. 

Hanrahatl John D., physician and surgeon, office 38 Cen- 
ter, residence 59 S. Main cor. Engrcm ave., office hours 
8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 2 and 6 to 8 p. m. 

Harrison David, mason, It, 50 Green 

Hanson Wm., tiller, Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Hardy E. A. Mrs., h. 63 Forest 

Harlow Rank, fireman, h. 23 Strong's ave. 

Harm an Henry A., lawyer and village attorney, Clement 
building, h. 83 Grove 

Harmon II. J., livery stable, Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Harmon James E. Mrs., Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Harper Joseph, carpenter, 2 Jackson ave. 

Harrington F. M., Nat. express clerk, h. 2 Jackson ave. 

Harrington Jos. and Win., bd. Farmers Hotel 

Harris Alfred M., fresco painter, h. 65 State 

Harris Chas. E., clerk, Y. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 

Harris Charles P., treasurer of Cliarles P. Harris Manu- 
facturing Co. and Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop 
Co., h. 4 Pleasant 

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Harris Charles P. Manufacturing Co., & Rutland 
Foundry & Machine Shop Company. Consol- 
idated. Manufacturers and dealers in lumber, doors, 
sash, blinds, cane seat chairs, etc., and New England 
agents for Irving's building papers, Furnace street (sne 
5th colored leaf) 

Harris Joel B., president Rutland Foundry and Machine 
Shop Co., and C. P. Harris MT g Co., consolidated, h. 
30 N. Main 

Harrison Christopher, laborer, h. Chestnut ave. 

Harrison Geo. F., moulder, h. 27 Elm 

Harrison Geo. S,, h. 2 5th avc, rear gas house 

Harrison John, mason, h. 58 S. Main 

Harrison Henry T. Mi's., 5th avc., rear gas louse 

Harrison James, mason, h. 16 Engrem avc. 

Harrison John, employed by Dunn & Cramton 

Harrison John, laborer, h. 49 Strong's avc. 

Harrison O. F., ass't treasurer State Trust Co. and teller 
Clement National Bank, h. 5 Crescent 

Harrison William, laborer, bds. 16 Engrem avc. 

Hart Frank H., milkman, li. head of Woodstock ave. 

Hart Fred, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hart Frederick, laborer, h. 12 Terrill 

Hart Geo., farmer, h. Cold river road 

Hart Louis N., laborer, b. Grove cor. North 

Hart Napoleon, brakeman, P. O. address, Rutland 

Hart Warren, laborer, h. 12 Terrill 

Hart William, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hartnett John, loader, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hartncy John, quarry man, Sheldon & Sons 

Harty John, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 

Hat-wood E. V. N. Mrs., h. 30 Washington 

Harwood John, laundry, h. 30 Baxter 

Hascall Geo. M., jeweler, b. Main St., W. Rutland 

Hascall Emily S.,' widow, h. Main st., W. Rutland 

Haskins Chas., wood turner, bds. 10 Cramton avc. 

Hassam Geo. 0., carriage dealer, h. 30 Elm 

Hassclton Albert J., conductor, h. 6 Royee 

Hatch Henry, employed by Caleb BnfTnni 

Hatch Ira M. Mrs., h. Center cor, Wales 

Hatch Sarah J. Mrs., h. 29 Washington 



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Haven Prescott R., teamster, h. 17 Park five. 

Havey David, carpenter, 5th avc., rear gas house 

Hawlcy Ira W., fanner, h. cast of Mill village 

Hayes Alfred, turner, h. 50 State 

Hayes .lobn C, salesman, bda. Berwick House 

Hayes Nathan E., road to Proctor, Center Rutland 

Hayes Stephen, brakeman, h. 13 Granger 

Haylcs Ella Mrs., h. 19 Evelyn 

Hay ncs B. TL, physician and surgeon, 34 West 

Hay tics David N. (Spelhnan & II ay ncs), h. 18 Grove 

II ay ward E. R., mechanic, h. 3 Maple 

llayward Geo. S., fanner, I). 24 Maple 

Hay ward Henry, farmer, h. Main below fair ground 

llayward Moses, farmer, h. head of Woodstock ave. 

llayward Myron D., clerk, h. 25 Howe 

llayward Samuel Mrs., h. 5 Maple 

llayward Wallace R., b, 5 Maple 

Hayward William, chief cook, Bates House 

Hay ward Wm. R., real estate, h. 81 State 

Hazel ton J. H. Mrs., h. 10 Gibson avc. 

Hazel ton Jason, carpenter for Slid don <fc Sons 

Headle Wm. D., clerk, b. 52 State 

Heath Almon, millinan for Gilson tfe Wood fin 

Heath Alvin A., carpenter, h. 51 Tine 

Heath Ahira, watchman, h. 51 Pine 

Heath Elmer, marble worker, h. 51 Pine 

Heath James A., h. 14 Church 

Heath John, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Heath Leonard F., 'clerk, h. 22 Elm 

Heath S. M., salesman, h. 25^ Merchants row 

Heath Vernon, teamster, h. 4 Edson 

Heavey Andrew, carpenter, h. 60 Forest 

Hcavey Joseph and David, employed True Blue Marble Co. 

Hebert En elide, clerk, h. 23 Meadow 

Henderson David, tailor, h. 2 Elm 

Henncssy Patrick, laborer, h. 77 S. Main 

Hen rich on Alfred, pressman with Tlie Tuttle Co. 

Henri eh on Benjamin, laborer, h. South cor. Brown 

Ilenrichon Benjamin, Jr., carpenter, li. 37 South 

Henry Daniel, laborer, h. 15 Cherry 

Henry Mary Mrs., h. 6 5th ave., rear gas house 



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Henry Peter, laborer, h. 6 5th ave., rear gas house 
Henry Norman F., engineer, h. 49 Pine cor. Maple 
Henry Sylvester, shoemaker, h. 49 Pine cor. Maple 

Herald &. Globe Association, publishers Daily and 
Weekly Herald, Merchant a row (sec adv.) 

Herbert Michael, baru man, V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Herrick, Goo. A., printer, Herald 

Herscht Chas., h. Center Rutland 

Hewett Frank M., bookkeeper at Sheldon & Sons, li. L Church 

Ilcwett John M., bookkeeper, li. 1 Chnrcli 

Hewitt Austin, mechanic, V. M. Co., Pittsford 

Hewitt David D., salesman, h. Main st., West Rutland 

Hewitt John, filler, V. M. Co. Proctor 

Hewitt J. O., blacksmith, h. 20 Plain 

Hewitt Luther D., blacksmith, bds. 15 Elm 

Hewitt Nathan, laborer, h. 10 Chestnut ave. 

Hewitt Robert O., foreman, IIowc scale works li. IS Plain 

Hcxamcr William, cigarinaker, bds. Berwick House 

Heyman Henry, clerk, li. 14 Pleasant 

Heyman Isaac, manager, R. Heyman, h. 16 Pleasant 

Heyman R., clothier, 25 Center, h. 16 Pleasant 

Heyman Jake, clerk, li. 38 Elm 

Hibbins Henry, marble carver, h. 100 River 

Ilickey F. 0., laborer, li. 15 Harrison ave. 

Ilickey William J., h. 72 Strong's ave. 

Higbec W. E., foreman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Higgins Albert W. (Higgins, Greene & Hyde), and manager 
Opera House, h. 13 Cottage 

Higgins Ambrose O, h. Harrison ave. cor. Park ave. 

Higgins Chas. R., bds. at C. Ames' restaurant 

Higgins Channcey, painter, h. rear 31 West 

Higgins Frances Miss, h. 79 West 

Higgins Geo. E., hostler, at Qninn's livery 

Higgins, Greene & Hyde, wholesale and retail druggists, 
21 Merchants row 

Higgins Kate Mrs., fa. 9 Meadow 

Higgins Patrick, h. Harrison near Park ave. 

Higgins Thomas, employed by Sheldon & Son 

Higgins Thomas, laborer, h. 15 Harrison 

Higgins Thos., laborer, h. 35 Brown 

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Higgins William, laborer, h. 35 Brown 

Higgins William, h. Rutland Valley 

Higgins William, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Hildreth William II., traveling salesman, li. 2 Crescent 

Hill Chas. J., painter, bds. Brock House 

Hill Flora, dressmaker, h. 2 Merchants row 

Hill Jason C, gun and locksmith, 83 West, li. 4 North 

Hill Orlando L,, engineer, h. 30 Plain 

Hill Oscar E., commercial agent, li. 5 Williams 

Hill William, stone cutter, h. West Rutland 

Hill Wm. A., foreman, M. & Stimson, h. 7 Pine 

Hilliard Alice M., clerk, C. B. Hilliard, bds. 23 Grove 

Billiard Fred, chief engineer at Bates house 

Hilliard Chas. B., staple and fancy dry goods, dress goods, 

silk?, shawls, etc., 29 Merchants row, h. 53 Grove 
Hilliard Daniel A., laborer, h. 4 Tcrrill 
Hilliard Geo. W., dry goods, furs, groceries, boots, shoes, 

etc., 1 Main, h. 16 Cottage 
Hilliard Louis A., clerk, G. W. Hilliard, h. 16 Cottage 
Hilton John F., employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Hilton S. W., laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Ilimcs Amos, scale maker, h. 12 Chestnut 
Hinics Martin, (juarryman for Sheldon ifc Sons 
llinchey James, machinist, li. 12 Park 
Hi tick ley Aaron, laborer, h. 28 Granger 
Hinckley Aaron, Jr., mechanic, h. 28 Granger 
Hinckley Fred, teamster, h. 46 East 
Hinckley Horace, farmer, h. Cold river road 
Hinckley Mary A. Mrs., h. 14 Forest 
Hinckley Wm. F., mechanic, fa. Pine cor. West 
Hinckley William, chair maker, h. 19 Union 
Bines Martin and Patrick, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rut land 
Ilinks James, saw setter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Hitchcock M. A., janitor, Rutland Savings Bank block 
Hoadley J. R., bookkeeper, Parm enter's insurance office, li. i) 

Prospect 
Hoadley Leonard J., baker, Main St., West Rutland 
Hoag Chas. S,, clerk, Gary & Uoag, h. 17 Madison 
Iloag Homer L. (Gary & Hoag), li. 17 Madison 
Doctor J. C, cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
lloctor Mary A. Miss, h. St. Peter's parsonage 



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Hodges A. D. Mrs., It. 38 Wales 

Hogan Anthony, cleric, li. 68 Forest 

llogan Anthony, laborer, h. 12 Evelyn 

llogan Andrew Mrs., clerk, F. C. Hough ton's, h. 68 Forest 

llogan B. T, Miss, clerk, F. C. Houghton's 

llogan Rridgct, waitress at Bard well House 

Hogan Charlotte and Lizzie, dressmakers, 12 Evelyn 

Hogan & CummingS, clothing, gents' furnishing goods, 

hats, caps, etc., '62 Merchants row and 35 Evelyn 
Hogan Daniel, mechanic, h. 68 Forest 
Hogan James M., employed hy V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Hogan James P. (Hogan & Cu minings), h. S) Strong's avc. 
Hogan Kate and Mary, h. 12 Evelyn 
Hogan Malaehi, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Hogan Michael, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Holhrook Ernest P., stenographer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Holeomb Silas T., engineer, h. 32 Union 
Iloldeti C. E., foreman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Hold en J. S., farmer, h. li) Strong's avc. 
Holdcn Reuben C, farmer, h. N. Main near tannery 
H olden John A., painter, bds. N. Main near tannery 
Holland Albert, conductor, h. 33 Brown 
Holland Hiram S., conductor, h. 103 Forest 
H oil onin Michael, qnarryman, Y. M. Co., W. Rullaud 
Holloran Patrick, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 
Holmes John L., clerk, h, 26 Baxter 
Holmes Joseph II. (Rutland Boiler Works), h. 27 Grove 
Holt Daniel II., painter, Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Holt L. P., bookkeeper, Brown & Co., West Rutland 
Hope C. E. and Hattie, dressmakers, 1 Wales 
Hopkins Anne E. Mrs., li. 3 East 
Hopkins Win. P., printer, Telegram, h. 5 East 
Horan Thomas, conductor, h. 8 Convent ave. 
Horner E. W., road master, h. 8 Prospect 
Ilornidge James, h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Hortou Ed. H., bds. 12 Evelyn 
Horton Wm. P., baggage master in Union depot 
Horton W. II. , salesman, bds. Berwick House 
Hostler John, mechanic, h. 64 Forest 
Houghton A. R., painter, h. Mill village 




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Houghton Frank C, dealer in fancy and staple dry goods, 
L9 Me re! i ants row, li. tf 5 S. Main (see adv.) 

Houghton L. S. T line boots, shoes and rubbers, 6 Mer- 
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Houlihan P. C, foreman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Houston Byron K., carpenter, li. 9 Chestnut ave. 

Howard A. R., proprietor railroad restaurant in depot, li 
Grove 

Howard John, fanner, head of Green 

Howard Judson N., painter, h. 3 Court 

Howard Mary A. Mrs., h. 2 Main st., W. Rutland 

Howard Michael, employed by Sheldon & Sous 

Howard Nathan G., painter, h. 20 Elm 

Howard Patrick, laborer, h. 13 Allen above It. R. crossing 

Howard Samuel A., foreman, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Howard Thomas, (pmtryman for Sheldon & Sons 

Howe Clnis. L, (Howe & Coolidge), h. 35 Wales 

Howe & Coolidge, attorneys and commercial agents, office 
Clement building 

IIowc Daniel, teamster, li. 14 Willow 

Howe H. S., wholesale and retail dealer in confectionery, 
21 Center, h. 63 Wales 

Howe Joel and Mrs Porter, Castleton road, West Rutland 

Howe Scale Co., located at junction of Rutland and Pen- 
nington & Rutland railroads. (See adv. on outside front 
cover) 

Ilowland Edgar G., clerk for J. H. Grant 

Howley John, true km an, h. 32 Erankliu 

Howley Nicholas, foreman, h. 32 Strong's ave. 

Howley Thos., clerk, li. 32 Strong's ave. 

Howley Timothy, machinist, h. 14 West 

Hoy Cornelius, laborer, b, 31 Granger 

Hoy Lizzie Mrs., h. 31 Granger 

Hoyt George, brake! nan, h. 23 'Union 

Hoyt Timothy S., blacksmith, b. 35 Howe 

Hubbard Anson E,, mechanic, h. 67 Wales 

Hudson Norman, carpenter and builder, h. Elm cor. Wil- 
liams 

Hubbard Levi F, and Austin J., jewelers, 27 Merchants row, 
h. 26 Park ave. 

Hubbard Patrick, employed Valido Marble Co. 

Hubbard Samuel T., mechanic, 1). 26 Howe 

Huffmire John A., machinist, h. Granger below South 

Hughes Bernard, employed V. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Hughes P. M. ; mechanic, bds. Brock House 

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Hii'dies Hugh, employed V. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Hulett W. D-, proprietor Combination Cash Store, 47 
Merchants row 

Hulihan Bros., marble and granite works, Center Rutland, 
(sec adv.) 

Hulihan John, (Hulihan Bros.), h. Center Rutland 

Hulihan Patrick C. (Hulihan Pros.), h. Center Rutland 

Humphrey Cornelius, marble polisher, 1 )). 7 Meadow 

Humphrey James, Jr., clerk, bds. 40 Church 

Humphrey James, laborer, h. 7 Meadow 

Humphrey Julia P., librarian Rutland Free Library, b. 22 
N. Main 

Humphrey Rawson Mrs., h. Creek road, Proctor 

Humphrey Win., marble polisher, h. rear 7 Meadow 

Hungary Michael, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Hunt Charles H., employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Hunt John P., marble carver, for Sheldon & Sons 

Hunt Lucius F., engineer, h. 40 Center 

Hunter Peter, freight clerk, h. 7 Howe 

Hunter Scott, employed Sheldon &. Sons 

Huntoon Levi N., h. road to Proctor, C. Rutland 

iinran Chas., laborer, Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Hurley Daniel, h. 30 Maple cor. Baxter 

Hurley John, Jr., tinsmith, h. 113 West 

Hurley John Mrs., h. 113 West 

Hurley Timothy, engineer, h. 36 Maple 

Husscy Matthew, policeman, h. 115 Forest 

Ilutcliins Chas. P., clerk, Howe Scale Co. 

Hutchinson Albert K., carpenter and builder, h. 45 Elm 

Hutchinson Pcrley D., marble worker, h. 30 Brown 

Hutchinson John, carpenter, b. 5 Chestnut ave. 

Hutchinson J. & A. F., carpenters, 25^ Merchants row 

Hyde A. W., proprietor of Hyde Manor, Sudbury, Vt., resi- 
dence 34 Grove 

Hyde Chas. II. (Higgins, Greene & Hyde), bds. 13 Cottage 

Hyde Walter A., painter, b. 64 S. Main 

Hyde Win. II., salesman, h. 44 East 

II y land Geo. W., h. 4!> East 

IJyuos John J., hairdresser, h. 04 Wales 

Ilyncs John R., real estate agent, h. 04 Wales 

Hynee Richard, h. 64 Wales 



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lugerniansen John, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Inglce Paloy, printer at Herald office 

Irwin Michael, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Ives II. M. Mrs., dressmaker, P. O. address, Rutland 



Jackson Frank, laborer, h. 5S Forest 

Jackson Frank M., laborer, li. 13 Mineral 

Jackson Geo. W,, h. Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Jackson Geo., farmer, li. Chittenden road 

.Jackson Mary Mrs., li. 13 Mineral 

Jackson & Porter, dry and fancy goods, 1 Merchants row" 

cor. West 
Jackson W. E. (Jackson ife Porter), h. 42 Grove 
■Jackson "William L., laborer, h. 1 Grant ave. 
Jacobs Elmer B., mechanic, h. 18 Summer 
Jacobs M. P. Mrs., b. 59 East 

Jacobson Martin, employed V. M. Co., Rutland Y alley 
J arret t Chas. E., sculptor, bds. Globe Hotel 
Jasmin Maximo, peddler, h. 82 'Woodstock ave. 
Jasmin Timothy, h. 84 Woodstock ave. 
Javery Ephraim and Henry, h. Center Rutland 
J a very Peter, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Javcry Peter and Henry, sawyers, V. M. Co., "W. Rutland 
J a very Ezra, li. "West near Center Rutland 
Jenness Ellen Mrs., h, 3S Washington 
Jennings Edward, coachman for Joel B, Harris 
Jenny Mr., canvasser, h. road to Mcndon 
Jcrmain John, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Jerry A. O., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Jewell Mcrritt, laborer, h. 91 West 
Jewett Solomon W., li. 75 East 

Johns G. Blair, clerk, Rutland Bazaar, 51 Merchants row 
Johnson Alfred, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson Alfin P., farmer, above Mill village 
Johnson A. B., h. West Rutland 

Johnson August and A. B., employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson 0. A., scaler, h. 10 Prospect 
■Johnson Carl, sawyer, V. M, Co., Proctor 
Johnson C. J. and Peter, V. M. Co., Proctor 




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Johnson Charles, supt. of machine shop, Chas. P. Harris 

Mfg. Co., h. 16 Howe 
Johnson Christopher, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson Clans, filler, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson C. A. and Gustave, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson Nathan, Creek road, Center Rutland 
Johnson Edward, laborer, h. 55 River 
Johnson Fred., cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson Henry, mechanic, h. East cor. Green 
Johnson J. G. Dr., Creek road, Proctor 
Johnson John E. Mrs., at Farmers Hotel 
Johnson L. S., fi reman, bds. 24 Pine 
Johnson Lucius S., fireman, bds. 23 Evelyn 
Johnson Lucy V. Miss, h. 25^ Merchants row 
Johnson Martin, quarry man, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Johnson N., farmer, h. road to Proctor 
Johnson Peter 2d, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Johnson R. G. M., bookkeeper, h. 6 Nichols 
Johnson Sidney E., express messenger, h. 21 Grove 
Johnson Win. D., dealer in wood, h. 70 Green 
Johnson William, proprietor of Bard well House hairdrcss- 

ing and bath rooms, h. 1 Strong's ave. 
Johnson Wm. H., farmer, road to Proctor, Center Rutland 
Johnston James, truckman, h. 24 Woodstock ave. 
Johnston Isaac, Spruce cor. River 
Jones Beny P., moulder, h, 7 Gibson ave. 
Jordan C. E., cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Joy Harlcy, tinsmith, West Rutland 
Joyce C. H., attorney and counsellor at law, office Clement 

bldg., bds. Bard well House 
Judge James, employed by Gilson & Woodfin 
Judge John, quarry man, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Jngermandson John, employed V. M. Co. West Rutland 

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Kammer Chas. F., pattern maker, h. 69 Wales 
Kammer Chas. II., fireman, h. South street 
Kanary John, employed at Ripley s,' Center Rutland 
Kanaly Patrick, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Kane Edward S., mechanic, bds. 15 Strong's ave. 
Kathan C. 0., h. 1 State 



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Ksitli:m Tlios. E., fanner, ]i. 7 Wales 

Kavanangli Patrick, employed Gilson ifc Woodiin 

Kearney Patriek, employed by Sheldon ifc Sons 

Kearns Mielmcl, employed by Burdillo M'f'g Co., b 
land 

Kcefe Patrick, laborer, b. off bead of Allen 

Keefe Alexander, laborer, h. 13 Franklin 

Keefc Geo. N., e&rvcr, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Kccgan John, employed by Sheldon it Sons 

Kceler Frank T., printer, Pulton's, h. Center Holland 

Keen an Anna Miss, clerk, b. 107 River 

Keenan John C, physician, ofh'uc 14 Evelyn, h. 19 River 

Keen an John, laborer, b. 162 Forest 

Keenan Patrick, Allen street beyond village line 

Keenan Rose Mrs., h. 16 Pine 

Keenan Sarah, clerk with C. Sterns it Co. 

Kcgtiay William, employed Columbian Marble Co. 

Kclleher Dennis, on R. R. below scale works 

Kell James, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Kellogg Evan, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 

Kellogg P. II., manager o£ ioan department with Kellogg 
Eros. 

Kellogg Bros. (S. H. it J. N. Kellogg), fire, life and acci- 
dent insurance agents, office No. 3 Morse block, branch 
office St. Albans (see adv.) 

Kellogg J. N. (Kellogg Bros.), manager of "St. Albans branch 

Kellogg Newton, treasurer Rutland Savings Bank, h. 20 
Court 

Kellogg Samuel H., general agent ./Etna Life Ins. Co. of 
UartL.rd for Vermont, h. 20 Court (sec adv.) 

Kellogg Josepb, farmer, h. Cheney hill 

Kellway Fred W., h. West Rutland 

Kelly Anna Mrs., h. Allen street 

Kelly B. and Mary Misses, h. IS Meadow 

Kelly Benlab, clerk for Cbas. Stems & Co. 

Kelly Dennis, laborer, h. 25 Meadow 

Kelly Edward, laborer, h, 118 West 

Kelly Francis, laborer, b. 25 Meadow 

Kelly Frank, freight clerk, b. 18 Meadow 

Kelly Herbert, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Kelly Hugh, rear round honse 




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Kelly James, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Kelly James, marble polisher, l)ds. 99 West 

Kelly J as. suit! Michael, at Sheldon & Sons 

Kelly John, teamster, V. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Kelly Julia A. Miss, teacher, h. 32 Washington 

Kelly Justin, teamster, lids 12 Evelyn 

Kelly Kate and Mary, at Rates House 

Kelly Kate Mrs., h. 6 Hopkins 

Kelly Luke, laborer, h. 18 Meadow 

Kelly Michael, laborer, h. 35 Strong's avc. 

Kelly M. O., manager Wheeler & Wilson M'f'g Co., 68 Cen- 
ter, h. 3 Grant am 

Kelly Michael, laborer, h. 10 Green 

Kelly Patrick, mechanic, h. Rutland Valley 

Kelly Patrick, janitor at P. O., h. 15 Green 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, h. 25 Meadow 

Kelly Patrick, laborer, h. 26 Gibson ave. 

Kelly Patrick, employed at Valido Marble Co. 

Kelly Thomas, employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Kelly T. R., machinist, h. 8 Prospect 

Kellcy Smith F., tanner, south of II. 11. Baxter's firm 

Kelly William F., boarding by tire day eft week, 12 Eve- 
lyn (see adv.) 

Kelton Guy O., market gardener for A. P. Davis 

Keinpton Henry, Clarendon ave., W, Rutland 

Kendall Alpheas S., carriage trimmer, h. 19 Etm 

Kendall P. Red field, attorney and counsellor at liW, 
office 4 Putnam & Sawyer's block, Merchants row, ii. 53 
N. Main cor. Kendall ave. 

Kenery John and Win., at 0. Rutland M. Co. 

Kennedy John, farmer, h. 55 East 

Kennedy John, Jr., bds. 55 East 

Kennedy James, laborer, li. 9 Green 

Kennedy Martin, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Kennedy Patrick, employed at Valido Marble Co. 

Kennedy Thomas, employed at Valido Marble Co. 

Kenny Luke, teamster, h. rear 55 East 

Kenny Patrick, farmer, Roardnian hill, W. Rutland 

Kent Casper R., foreman printer at Pel ton's, Ii. 14 Oak 

Kent David and James, polishers, Proctor 

Kent James, marble polisher, h. 86 State 



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Kent Warren W., machinist, V. M. Co., C. Rutland 
.Kenyon James, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 
Ken you Rollin W, carpenter, h. 52 Pine 
Kenyon Royce M., carpenter, h. 28 Maple 
Kerrigan MicHacl and P. P., at Dorset Marble Co. 
Kershaw Jennie A , asst. bookkeeper, The Tuttle Co. 
Kersbaw Thomas, machinist, h. 17 Summer 
Keyrs E. D. (E. 1). Keycs &. Co.), h. 47 Grove 
Keyes E. D. & Co,, wholesale and retail dealers in grocer- 
ies, flour, etc., Evelyn opp. depot 
Keycs Julia A., widow, h. 4 Woodstock ave. 
Keyes E. E. (E. D. Keyes & Co.), bds. 47 Grove 
Kidder A. A., groceries, Marble st., West Rutland 
KM burn A,, dentist, fj Savings Bank block, bds. Berwick 

House (sec adv.) 
KM burn Charlotte A, &. Co,, fashionable millinery, 17 

Center 
KM bum J. B., dry goods, carpets, oil cloths, cloaks and mill- 
inery goods, agent Dcmorcst patterns, 17 Center, h. 21 S. 
Main {see adv.) 
Killala Michael, employed True Blue Marble Co. 
Killala Michael, employed Valido Marble Co. 
Killala Patrick, employed Valido Marble Co. 

Killington National Bank,, 53 Merchants row 

Kimball Edward L. machinist, h. 61 East 

Kimball Fred, clerk, h. 54 West 

Kimball Joseph W., carpenter, h. 72 Forest 

King John, laborer, h. 89 River 

Kitnberly Curtis P., engineer, Sheldon &, Sons 

King Albert, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

King Geo., machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

King J. H., physician, 1 Merchants row, h. 2 WilliamB 

King Joseph, oiler, V. M. Co., Proctor 

King Joseph and Peter, ebairmakers, h. rear gas house 

King Joseph, millman at Sheldon & Sous 

King Peter, sawyer, h. West Rutland 

Kingsbury Leslie W., mechanic, h. 6 Evelyn 

Kiugsley Dennis, laborer, h. 15 Green 

Kingsley Harvey, h. 13 Cottage 

Kingsley Henry, janitor, h. West St., C. Rutland 

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Kingsley II. W., cutter, D, L. Morgan, h. 25 N. Main 

KingBley Julia, waitress at Bard well House 

Kingsley Michael, at Ripley Sons, Center Rutland, li. West 

Kingsley Moses P., painter and paper hanger, li. '.23 West 

Kingsley Lawrence, machinist, h. 5 Jackson ave. 

Kingsley Levi C, hardware, furniture, ciU'pots, etc., 18 

Merchants row, h. 61 Pine (sec adv.) 
Kingsley N. P., Iowa real estate, h. 48 Grove 
Kingsley Oscar, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Kingsley Samuel T., insurance, h. 10 Elm 
Kin tic A. K,, physician, West Rutland 
Kinney Burneld, teamster, h. 13 N. Main 
Kinsman Chas. C, clerk, h. 24 Grove 
Kinsman Chas. II., foreman, Ripley Sons, li. 10 State 
Kinsman Carroll E., clerk, Rutland County National Rank, li. 

24 Grove 
Kinsman Ezra, machinist, lids. 9 State 
Kinsman II. Parker, fanner, h. Mill village 
Kinsman R. R., foreman, Chaffee & Son, h. 8 Chestnut avc. 
Kinsman William, machinist, h. 103 River 
Kinsman Walter R., proprietor of Grove street Monu- 
mental Works, 5 Grove, h. 8 Chestnut ave, (see adv.) 
Kiolin Martin, employed at Valido Marble Co. 
Kitt ridge Henry E„ scale sealer, h. 33 Howe 
Kivelan Martin, h. West below Cram ton avc. 
Knapp Frank W., scaler, nowe scale works, h. 10 Madison 
Knapp H. C, inspector sealing department Howe Scale 

Co., h. 10 Madison 
Knight Fred. W., clerk, bds. 12 Howe 
Knight Silas, meat market, under Fanners Hotel, h. '26 

Church, (see adv.) 
Knowlton Clayton E., carpenter, h. 1 Strong's avc. 
Knox E. M., machinist, h. 31 Forest 
Kohler Chas. G., employed by Sheldon <& Sons 
Koltinsky Jacob, hairdresser, Bard well House 
Kraus N. K., employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Kupferer Win., quarrymau, V. M. Co., Proctor 
La Beau Frank and Moses, quarry in en, V. M. Co., Proctor 
La Eell Philip, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Lnhombarde Moses and Wm., employed Sheldon & Sous 
Labroad George, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 



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La Clair C. E., painter, h. 21 Maple 

La Clair E. J., painter, h. 21 Maple 

Ladd Alfred, farmer, bds. 20 Church 

Ladd C. N., painter, h. 20 Church 

Ladabouche Edmund O. (Rutland Creamery), h. Twin bridges 

above Mill village 
Ladabouche & Taylor, meat market, Proctor village 
Ladabouche Edmond, grocer, Proctor village 
Ladabouche Frank, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Ladabouche Napoleon, li. Twin bridges 
Ladue Peter, laborer, h. head of Woodstock ave. 
La Duke Fred, moulder, h. 30 Jackson ave. 
La Farier Lewis, employed at True Bine Marble Co. 
La fay Edward, laborer, h. 1 Howe 
La Forge Henry and Eli, employed V. M. Ci>., Proctor 
La Francis Joseph, milhnan at Sheldon it Sons 
Lafreniero Frank, carpenter for Gilson & Wood tin 
Lajoice Paul, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lake Ira, marble carver, bds. 9 State 
Lai or Charles, cook, h. 11 Green 
Lalor Edward, conductor, h. 11 Green 
Lalor John, conductor, h. 11 Green 
Lalor P. W., clerk, post office, h. 11 Green 
Lalor Sylvester, laborer, h. 11 Green 
Lalor Thos. and Chas., h. 11 Green 
Lalor Thos, chief cook at Berwick House 
Lamb Edward, machinist, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Lamb J. F., marble polisher, h. Center Rutland 
Lamb Jane Mrs., h. 72 S. Main 
Lamb Mary Ann, printer at Telegram 
Lamb Patrick, West St., Center Rutland 
Lambert John, teamster, h, 9 Wales 
Lamere Peter, carriage maker, h. Kendall ave. 
Lamorcaux Arthur, painter, h. 105 West 
Lamorcaux E., quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 
Xiamourie Peter, quarry man, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Lamphere Alba and Clarence, painters, h. 20 Wales 
Lamphere E. H., Union House 
Lamphere J. Wesley, painter, h. 19 N. Main 
Lanaban Dennis, at Rutland Valley 
Lanan John, employed at depot, h. 129 West 



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Lancour Antoine, employed Sheldon <fe Sons 

Landers N. B., scaler, Howe scale works, h. 2 

Landon Albert, h. 13 West 

Land on Charles II. , clerk, h. 1!) Grove 

Landon Grace Miss, li. 18 West 

Landon Lizzie H. and Alice, teacher;;, ft, 18 West 

Landon Martin L., at Y. M, Co., Center Rutland 

Landon W. C, hardware, cutlery, etc., etc., Freight cur. 

Evelyn, h. 19 Grove 
Lane Richard, marble cutter, h. 25 State 
Lange Henry, cigarmaker for Lewis Abraham 
Langlois Eugene, carpenter, h. 1 1 Mineral 
Langlois Francis Xavicr, laborer, h. rear 34 Baxter 
Langmaid A. W„, caterer, 23 Mer<:hants 
Lanierc Alexander, shoemaker, h. Ill West cor. Meadow 
Lankey Ed. and Fred., at V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Lapan Joseph, shoemaker, h. 108 West 
Lapan Lawrence, employed Y, M. Co., Center Rutland 
Laparl Dennis, farmer, h. head of Green 
Laparl Henry, engineer, h. 17 Manic 
Laparl Joseph, laborer, h. 37 Maple \ 

Lapier Joseph, chairmaker, h. rear 8 Willow 
Lapicr William, chairmaker, h. 70 West 
Lapier Zeph, mechanic, h. 10 Mineral 
Lapinc Dennis, laborer, h. 136 Forest 
Laplant Chas., laborer, li. Temple street 
Laporte Frank, laborer, h. 37 Maple 
Laporte John, blacksmith, horsoshoer, 

livery stable, 4 Terrill, h. 10 Tcrrill 
Laporte Peter, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Laporte Peter, miarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
Lardner George, laborer, h. 108 River 
Larean Edmond, painter, h. 59 West 
Larean Jeremiah, h. Marble St., West Rutland 
Larean Joseph, machinist, h. S9 West 
Larean Joshua, blacksmith, h. 76 West 
Larkin Terrcnce, marble polisher, bds. 43 State 
Earner William, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
•Laroecque Lucy Mrs., h. 54 Granger 
Larrabcc John W., carpenter, h. 1 Grant ave. 



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Larsons Chas., quarry in an, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Laskcy Patrick, mechanic, h. 37 Franklin 

Lasso r Eli, painter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Lassor John, moulder, h. S. Main cor. Strong's avenue 

Lassor Yital and Chas. M., laborers, In 56 Forest 

Lasoire Louis, sawyer, Y. M. Co., West Rut lain 1 

Lasu blear Edward, blacksmith, h. 34 Elm 

Latanzi Ghio, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Latremore Solomon, laborer, h. 30 Maple 

Latremore Louis, bds. 30 Maple 

Lattinvelle James, quarry in an, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Lautherc Chas., shoemaker, Powtcll & Son, h. 19 Elm 

Launiere CeOfge, fashion able shaving and hairdressing 

parlor. Ladies' liair curled and singed a specialty, 31 

Center 
Lavake Joseph, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Lavallce Adolphus, painter, h. rear 34 State 
Lavallce James, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Lavallce Louis, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
[.avan tu re Albert, polisher, Y. M, Co., Proctor 
Lavanture Geo. H., merchant tailor, 13 Merchants row, 

h. 7 Oak (sec adv.) 
Lavinc John, derrick man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Lav i no Peter, hostler, h. 3 Wales 
Lawrence Geo. E., attorney and counsellor at law, of lice 27 

Merchants row, h. 37 Washington 
Lawrence & Me I don, attorneys and counsellors at law, 

office 27 Merchants row 
Lawrence O. E. Mrs., h. 9 Elm 
Lawrence Patrick, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Leahy Joseph, employed Lyman Strong Co. 
Leahy Win., employed Lyman Strong Co. 




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Loamy James, station agent, W. Rutland 

Learned John K,, farmer, li. Woodstock ave. 

Lease W. H., harness, 47 Center, li, 43 Elm 

Le Blanc Leon, h. 20 Strong's ave. 

Ledgctt James Mrs., b, Mill village 

Lee Daniel, John and Pat, at Sheldon's 

Lee Boone & Lee Sing, laundry, 61 Center (see adv.) 

Lee E. r. Rev., Episcopal ch., West Rutland 

Lee Edward S„ employed hy Lyman Strong Co. 

Lee Henry B. Mrs., h. 15 Crescent 

Lcc li. II., commercial traveler, h. 2 Crescent 

Lee H. M., cleric for J. II. Grant 

Lcc John, h. on railroad helow scale works * 

Lefebvre Jolm and John. Jr.. employed Riplcys.' 

Lefebvre Louis, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Lefebvre T. G-. lineman, h. rear 7 Meadow 

Lefevre, Eli, lu 12 Cherry 

Lchr Leo, meltcr, h. 18 Granger 

Lemicux Peter, carriage maker, h. 4S Kendall ave. 

Lemry Joseph, moulder, bds. Farmers Hotel 

Lcnihan Dennis, polisher, Proctor 

Lenihan Ennis, h. Rutland Valley 

Lcnihan Patrick, laborer, h. 19 Meadow 

Leonard Daniel and Jas., quarry in en at Sheldon's 

Leonard John, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Leonard Joseph E., postmaster, h. W. Rutland 

Leonard James, employed Columbian Marble Co. 

Leonard John H., musician, h, 1 State 

Leonard J. II. Mrs., dressmaker, h. 7 State 

Leonard George, laborer, P. O. address Rutland 

Leonard J. E. r carpentcr, V. M. Co., Proctor . 

Leonard Mary and Rebecca, dressmakers, W. Rutland 

Leonard Michael, baggage master, h. 117 River 

Leonard Michael, foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Leonard Napoleon, confectionery, Marble st., W. Rutland 

Leonard Samuel and Stephen, Sheldon's 

Leonard Thomas, carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Leonard Willard C, miller, h. 21 Union 

Leonard Napoleon J., moulder, h. Main cor. Strong's ave. 

Leroy Arthur, h, 60 Pine 

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Lester Henry, farmer, h. Pittsford road above Mill village 

Lester Mary A. Miss, h. 46 Center 

Levins Alonzo, painter, h. 3 East 

Levins James Mrs., h. Howe cor. Union 

Levins Nellie M. Miss, teacher, bds. Howe cor. Union 

Levy Joseph, cigarmaker, bds. 58 West 

Lewis Ida and Edith, h. 5 Allen near B. B. 

Lewis E. C, druggist and dealer in paints, oils, glass, etc., 

2 Merchants row, h. 8 Cottage 
Lewis Ellen W. Mrs., h. 20 Prospect 
Lewis E. J., painter, bds. 12 Evelyn 
Lewis Stephen, b. Woodstock ave. near town line 
Lewis T. A. Miss, b, 59 East 
Lewis Win. L., painter, li. 73 West 

Lewis Win. F., asst, supt. Howe Scale Co., h. 20 Prospect 
Lezer Frank, hairdresser, Rates House, h. 9 Harrison ave. 
Lczer Chas. H., clerk, Jackson & Porter, h. 9 Harrison ave. 
L'Heureux Flavicn, blacksmith, h. 7 Elm 
L'Henreux Rose, bookkeeper for Mansfield & Stitnsou 
Liddcll E. W., drug store, 19 Strong's ave., b.ll Strong's ave. 
Light David, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lillic W. Scott, stone cutter, h. 97 Grove 
Lillic Win., blacksmith, h. 97 Grove 
Lillie Walter II. blacksmith, h. 97 Grove 
Lincoln Helen M. Miss h. 03 Forest 

Lincoln Iron Works, Wm. A. Patrick, supt, iua West 

(see adv. 3d colored page) 
Lincoln J. H. (Lincoln & White), h. Park 
Lincoln James, b. Clarendon road, W. Rutland 
Lincoln K. C. E., teacher at grammar school, bde. 30. Grove 
Lincoln &. White, wood, coal, lumber, flour, feed, etc., 40 

West (see adv.) 
Linder Carl, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lindsey John Mrs., h. 21 Grove 
Lindqnust Chas., laborer, h. West cor. Cramton ave. 
Lindquest Erick, loader, V. M. Co., IVoetor 
Lin key Antoinc, blacksmith, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Linstrom John, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Li (pied Joseph, laborer, li. 118 Forest 
Liqncd Michael, truckman, b. 136 Forest 
Liqned Michael, Jr., laborer, h. 61 Meadow 

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Liqued William, teamster, h. 136 Forest 

Liqued Win. E., laborer, li. East street extension 

Liqued Francis, trackman, h. 27 Woodstock ave. 

Liseomb William II. Mrs., West Rutland 

Liston James, laborer, h. 7 Meadow 

Litchfield Frank B., clerk, Dunn & Oram ton, h. 13 Cliurcli 

Li tcli field Fred G,, clerk, Telegram, li. 50 Center 

Litcliliekl Helen A. Mrs., h. 13 Clinreh 

Little Anthony, laborer, h. 32 Maple 

Little Henry and John, li. 103 Forest 

Little W, H,, laborer, h. 103 Forest 

Littlefield Andrew J., laborer, h. 14 Summer 

Livingston Chas., fireman, h. 73 East 

Livingston Ira, carpenter, bds. 20 Church 

Lloyd John, mason, li. 19 Franklin 

Lloyd Sarah E. Miss, bds. 23 Evelyn 

Loftus John, fireman at Berwick house 

Loftns Kate Mrs., h. 13 Convent ave. 

Logan John, conductor, h. 17 Wales 

Lohgreu Chas., employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Londrigan Patrick, polisher, h. West Rutland 

Londrigan Timothy, employed Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

Lonergsm William Rev., asst. pastor, St. Peter's eliurch 

Long B. G-, agent for Cluett & Sons, 15 Merchants row, 

ll. 47 Elm (see adv.) 
Long C, L., carriage and sleigh manufacturer, and carriage 

repository, 34 and 8(> Wales, h. 15 West 
Long Ida M. Miss, milliner, 15 West 
Long Patrick, laborer, h. 29 Plain 
Lonkey Antonio, blacksmith, West Rutland 
Loomis Geo. B., manager Rutland Shirt Co., h. 

ington 
Looney Christy, fireman, Y. M. Co., West Rutland 
Loop Geo. T., hairdresser, 12 Center, li. 41 Elm 
Lord Anna B., teacher, West st. secondary, h. 32 Church 
Lord Jennie M. Miss, h. 17 Washington 
Lord Henry K., carpenter, h. 51 Pine 
Lorctte Adeline, h. 12 Terrill 
Lorctto Edward, carpenter, h, 20 Williams 
Lorctte Frank, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Lorctte Peter, engineer, h. 12 East 

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Lyons Patrick, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Lyston Edward, mechanic, Is. 82 Forest 
Lyston James Mrs., h. 7 Meadow 
Lye ton John D., mechanic, h. 31 Franklin 
Lyston John T., clerk, P. O., h. 82 Forest 




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Maceabee Henry B., machinist, h. Richardson's block 

Madigan Thos. Mrs., li. Allen near R. R. crossing 

Magan Ellen Mrs., h. West Rutland 

Magnuson August, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Mag wire Francis G., painter, h. over Keyee' store 

Mag wire May and Emma, dressmakers, over Keyes' store 

Maguiro James, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Mah an Arthur J., barber, Bates House, h. 60 Pine 

Maher John, laborer, h. 112 West 

Maher Matthew, quarryman, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Maher Patrick, marble trimmer, h. C. Rutland 

Malier Stephen, tinsmith, h. 114 "West 

Mahoncy Daniel, h. off head of Allen 

Mahoncy Dennis, engineer, h. 109 Forest 

Mahoncy Wm. F., mechanic, h. 7 Meadow 

Mailhiot Joseph, shoemaker, L. V. Green's, h. 47 Green 

Mailliiot Chas., shoemaker, h. 47 Green 

Major Joseph, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Malady James, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Mallady James, employed at Valido Marble Co. 

Malady Michael, employed Gilson &, Wood fin, W. Rutland 

Malady Thos., Pleasant St., W. Rutland 

Maloney Austin and Bryan, employed by Sheldon tfc Sons 

Maloney Martin, employed by Sheldon ife Sons 

Maloney Michael, sawyer, h. Pleasant St., W. Rutland 

Maloney William, clerk for J. E. Robinson & Co. 

Mangan Andrew, laborer, h. 36 Strong's ave. 

Mangan Francis, laborer, h. 43 Granger 

Mangan John and Owen, Jr., laborers, h. 14 Allen 

Mangan John and Pat, h. Hopkins cor. Strong's ave. 

Mangan Owen, h. 115 West 

Mangan P. A., restaurant, 3^ Center 

Mangan Michael, h. Hopkins cor. Strong's ave. 

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Mangan Thomas, sawyer, h. 20 Cram ton ave. 

Manion James, employed by Gilson .& Woodfin 

Manley C. P. Mrs., h. 36 Elm 

Man ley J. E., attorney and notary public, office Main st. 

and residence Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Manley Madison S., h. 9 Wales 
Manley T. D. Mrs., h. 19 Grove 
Manley William, plumber, b. 4 Pearl 
Mann Chas. B., town clerk, h. Main opp. Strong's ave. 
Mann Eddie and Win. 2d, employed Sheldon & Sons 
Mann John, quarryman, Y. M. Co., W, Rutland 
Mann William, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
Maimahan Wm., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Manncy John, laborer, h. west end of State 
Manning Daniel, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 
Maiming John, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 
Manning Joseph, hostler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Manning N. L., engineer, Gilson & Woodfin, W. Rutland 
Mansfield Geo. R. (Mansfield & Stimson), h. 18 Nichols 
Mansfield & Stimson, proprietors Eagle foundry and 

machine works, Union opp. R. R. car shop 
Manville Joseph, rpmrryman, h. West Rutland 
Manny Isaac, clerk, Farmers Hotel 
Maranville P. N., clerk, bds. 25 £ Center 
Maranville Irving E., clerk, h. 10 Prospect 

Marble Savings Bank of Rutland, 24 Merchants row 

(see adv.) 
Marchant Fred., quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
March ant Peter, quarryman, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Markham John, Jr., station agent at Proctor 
Markolf Henry J., foreman machinist, h. West Rutland 
Maroncy John, loader, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Maroney John, employed by Gilson <$z Woodfin 
Maroncy Michael, saw maker, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Maroney Patrick, overseer, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Maroney Thos., cutter, Y. M. Co., h. road to Proctor 
Marsh Win. B. Mrs., h. 4 West 
Marshall Albert S. (Marshall Bros.), h. 22 Cottage 
Marshall B. W., treas. and business manager Evening 
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Marshall Bros., diamonds, watches, clocks, jewelry and 
silver plated ware, spectacles, guns, revolvers, cartridges, 
fine watch repairing a specialty, etc., 17 Merchants row 
(see adv.) 

Marshall Joseph, employed V, M. Co., West Rutland 

Marshall Nathan S. (Marshall Bros.), It. 57 Grove 

Martcll Joseph, h. 2 5th avc. rear gas house 

Martell Louis, painter, h. 67 Wales 

Martell Louis H,, painter, hds. 67 Wales 

Mar tell Georgic Miss, clerk, h. 67 Wales 

Martin John F., carpenter, h. 4, Jackson ave, 

Martin L. A., dry goods, etc., 27 Center, h. 2 Nichols 

Mnrtineau Alfred, laborer, h. 125 West 

Martling Win., tinsmith, bds. Globe Hotel 

Mascott Ovid, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 

Mason Cynthia A. Mrs., h. 31 Washington 

Mason Chas. L., painter, h. 30 Park ave. 

Mason E. C, special agent Equitable Life Assurance Soci- 
ety, office rntuam and Sawyer's block, h. 44 Elm 

Mason James H., teamster, h. lfi Cramtou ave. 

Mason S. N., miller, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Massey Francis X., printer, Herald, h. 30 Green 

Matheson R. T., merchant tailor, 31 Center 

Mathic-u Zepherin, blacksmith, Granger below South 

Matthews Albert, porter, Bard well House 

Matthews Charles H., express driver, h. 69 Forest 

Matthews E,, h. on R. R. below scale works 

Matthews John A., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Matthews Thos., marble turner, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Mattimore E., employed Dorset Marble Co.'s mill 

Manghan ¥m., foreman, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Maxham Chauucey O, marble worker, h. 45 Pine 

Maxham F. W., printer, Telegram, h. 4 Evelyn 

May Joel, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 

May Joseph, employed at True Bine Marble Co. 

Mayer A. J., telegrapher, bds. Bates House 

Maybrey Edward, mechanic, h. 34 Plain 

Maybrey Franks mechanic, h. 20 Plain 

Maybrey Geo., blacksmith, h. 15 Plain 

Mayhew Moses, wheelwright, h. 57 West 

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Maynard Stewart T., millman, Sheldon & Sons 

Mayo N. E., hairdresser, h. Marble St., W. Rutland 

McAnaney B. Miss, tailorcss, bds. 23 Evelyn 

McCail James, teamster, V. M. Co., West Rutland 

McCarthy F. A., stone cutter for Gilson & Wood tin 

McCarty John, clerk, Brown & Co., West Rutland 

MeCarty Owen, employed by Gilson & Woodfin 

McCarty Daniel, mill snpt. for Gilson & Wood tin 

McCarty Patrick, teamster, V. M. Co., West Rutland 

McCarty Patrick, employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

McCauloy Terrence, sawyer for Sheldon & Sons 

McCavat John, sawyer, h. 8 Green 

McClellan Julia Mrs., h. 66 Wales 

McClelland Will E., hairdresser at 12 Center 

McCloy Geo. E., marble tracer, h. 23 State 

McCIoy William, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

McClure Arthur H., clerk, W. E. Ross, h. 56 Kendall ave. 

McChire Edward, baker, h. 38 Forest 

MeClurc E. O, music dealer, h. 54 Kendall ave. 

McClure Henry M., farmer, h. W. Rutland 

MuClnre Samuel, mail carrier 

McClure Marvin A., music dealer, b. 54 Kendall ave. 

McCormick Edward, painter, bds. 99 West 

MeCormick Edward, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

McCormick Edward, polisher, Gilson & Woodfin 

McCormick John, employed by Gilson it Woodfin 

MeCormick Martin G., moulder, h. 23 Granger 

McCormick Matthew, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

McCormick Michael, laborer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

MeCormick Owen, teamster, li. West Rutland 

McCormick Patrick 2d, employed by Gilson & Woodfin 

McCormick Patrick, mechanic, h. West Rutland 

McCormick Patrick, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

McCormick Robt., epiarryman for Gilson & Woodfin 

McCormick Thomas, mechanic, h. West Rutland 

McCoughtry Mary, employed at Bates House 

McCue John, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

McCuc Patrick, nuarryman for Sheldon & Sons 

MeCurc Orsinc, harness maker, V. M. Co., Proctor 

McDaniels M. Miss, h. 4 Park avc. 

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McDeed Bernard, employed afc Sheldon & Sons 
McDeed John, livery stable, Proctor 
McDeed Jolin 2d, employed by Sheldon & Sous 
McDeed Patrick, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
McDcrmott John, h. 43 Strong's ave. near Hopkins 
MeDermott Patrick, employed V. M. Co., Center lint land 
MeDermott Patrick, quarryman for Sheldon <fe Sons 
MeDermott TliOB., coper, V. M. Co., Center Put! and 
McDcvitt Clias., hiborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McDonald Andrew J., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McDonald E., carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McDonald Patrick H. and Peter, h. 9 Baxter 
McDonald Patrick, b. Center Rutland 
McDonald Thomas, machinist, h. 9 Baxter 
McDonnell Thomas, marble polisher, h. 13d Forest 
McDonongh Bryan, laborer, h. 83 S. Main 
McDonongli Bridget Mrs., h. 121 West 
McDonongh Darby, fireman, h. 3 Strong's ave. 
McDonongli Delia A., milliner, h. 5 Strong's ave. 
McDonongh James, shoemaker, fa. 8 Hopkins 
McDonongh James, machinist, h. 83 S. Main 
McDonongli John, employed at Valido Marble Co. 
McDonongli Joseph A. and Patrick, h. 3 Strong's ave. 
McDonongli M. J., employed V. M. Co., .Center Rutland 
McDonongh M. P., polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McDonongli Patrick, C. Rutland 
McDonongli Patrick, laborer, h. 121 West 
McDonongli Patrick, laborer, h. 45 Strong's ave. 
McDonongh Peter, h. Marble St., W. Rutland 
McDonongli Thos. A., clerk, h. 3 Strong's ave. 
McDowell David, h. road to Proctor 
McDowell James, marble turner, bds. 73 Forest 
McDowell John and Win., mill men at Sheldon & Sons 
McDowell Thomas, blacksmith, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
MeGaherty Rartley, on railroad opp. scale works 
MeGann John, coper, Sheldon & Sons 
McGarry Barney, foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
McGarry Patrick, 1st and 2d, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
McGarry John, employed Sheldon <k Sons 
McGarry Thos., at Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
McGarry Thos., employed Dorset Marble Co. 







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McGarry Thos., employed Lyman Strong Ci>. 

MeGee Thomas E., machinist, bds. Farmers Hotel 

McGctrick Thos. F., asst. Porter, Berwick House 

McGinley John and Clias., Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

McGinn Maggie, tailoress at 15 1 - Center 

McGinn Michael, laborer, h. head of Green 

McGinn William, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

McGuinness Charles, hostler, fa, 20 Granger. 

MeGuimiess Edward, machinist, li. 3 Wales 

McGuinness James, machinist, h. 27 Baxter 

McGuinness James, teamster, bds. 12 Evelyn 

McGoldriek John, painter, h. 45 Franklin 

McGowan Edward, block ear, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

McGowan John, laborer, h. 11 Hopkins 

McGowan Michael, teamster, fa. Proctor 

McGrath Charles, machinist, h. 13 N. Main 

McGregor Robert, coper, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

McGuire Bartholomew, laborer, fa, 68 S. Main 

McGuire James, h. 68 S. Main 

McGuire James, employed Y. M. Co., West Rutland 

McGuire James, polisher, True Blue Marble Co. 

McGuire James, employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

McGuire Deland and Win., employed True PI no M. Co. 

McGuire Patrick, laborer, fa. 9 Hopkins 

McGuire Terrence, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 

McGuire Thos., employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 

McGurk Charles W., mechanic, h. 33 Green 

McGui'k Chas., fa. Center Rutland 

McGurk Francis, off west end of State 

McGurk Ellen, widow, h. 69 Green 

McGurk James, yard shifter, h. 19 Woodstock ave. 

McGurk John, grocer, fa. State junction of West 

McGurk John P., groceries, provisions, etc., 2 Strong's ave. 

McGurk John J., moulder, fa. 19 Strong's ave. 

McGurk Patrick, moulder, h. 69 Green 

McHugh J as. H., marble worker, h. West Rutland 

McHugh John R., marble worker, h. West Rutland 

McHugh John, sawyer., Esperanza quarry 

McHugh Maria Mrs., h. West Rutland 

McHugh I'atriek, employed Sheldon & Sons 

Mclntyre John, brick manuf., h. 100 Granger cor. Gibson ave. 

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Mclntyre Thomas, h. 100 Granger 
Mel n tyre John 11., foreman ear shop, h. State 
Mclntyre J. II., Jr., dork, Producers Marble Co. 
MeKearn Frank, J as. and Win., V. M. Co., Proctor 
McRcogh M. (Tut tie & MeKcogh), bd 8 . Bates House 
McKeogh Chas, shipping clerk, The Tuttle Co., bds. 39 Wales 
MeKcogh Win. J., bookbinder, The Tnfctle Co., li. 21 Pine 
McKeon Bryan, h. Main below fair ground 
MeKeon James, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 
MeKearn ey Arthur, teamster, h. Marble St., W. lint land 
McLaughlin Andrew, sawyer, Lyman Strong Co. 
McLaughlin Bernard and Pat, quarrymen, Sheldon's 
McLaughlin F. E., clerk, D. M. White Lumber Co. 
McLaughlin James, carpenter, V. M. Co., C. Rutland 
McLaughlin James, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
McLaughlin James, employed by Sheldon ife Sons 
McLaughlin John, blacksmith, h. head Woodstock ave. 
McLaughlin John C, marble cutter, bds. 43 State 
McLaughlin J. C. Rev,, pastor St. Dominiek's Catholic 

chureb, Proctor 
McLaughlin John, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
McLaughlin Michael, employed Dorset Marble Co. 
McLaughlin Michael, fanner, h. head of Green 
McLaughlin Michael, polisher. True Blue Marble Co. 
McLaughlin Michael, laborer, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McLaughlin Patrick J., car inspector, h. 57 Green 
McLaughlin Robert, laborer, h. 31 Jackson ave. 
McLaughlin Terence, mechanic 

McLaughlin Terrenee, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 
McLaughlin Tlios., laborer, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
McLaughlin Thos., blacksmith, h. 10 Hopkins 
McLane Arthur Y., clerk, h. 12 Park ave. 
McLean Frank M., book and job printer, 7 Grove {see adv.) 
McLean James K. Mrs., h. 50 State 
McLean Louis, painter, h. 17 Willow 
McLean Minnie, h. 12 Park ave. 
MoMahou Martin, laborer, h. 86 State 
McMahon Patrick, polisher, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
McMahon Philip, quarry man for Sheldon ik Sons 
McMahon Thos., tailor, h. 27 Green 
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McManus Peter F,, student, h. 99 West 

McMaster Geo., master mechanic, B. & R. railway, bds. Bard- 
well House 
McMurray Chas., carpenter, h. 3+ Baxter 
McMurray Edward, machinist, h. 4 Hopkins 
McNamara Daniel Mrs., h. Allen near R. R. crossing 
McNamara John M., at Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 
McNamara John, mechanic, bds. 39 Wales 
McNamara John, stone cutter, bds. C. Rutland House 
McNamara Rob't, employed Ripley's', C Rutland 
McNeil Frank, employed Sheldon & Sons 
McNeil James and Wm., qnanymen, Sheldon & Sons 
McNeil Patrick, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 
McNeil Patrick 2d, qnarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
McPhilimie Wm., boxer, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
McQuade Peter, employed by Gilson & Woodhn 
McQnade Wm., sawyer, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
McQuade James, employed Sheldon & Sons 
MeQuain Ellen Mrs., h. 11 Jackson ave. 
Mead Andrew J., farmer, Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Mead George V., carpenter, h. 6 Chestnut ave. 
Mead Horatio, fanner, Creek road, C. Rutland 
Mead Joel M. Mrs., h. Center Rutland 

Mead John A., physician and surgeon, office and residence 
22 Washington cor. Prospect. Office hours 7 to 9 a. sr., 
12 to 2 and 6 to 8 r. m. 
Mead John H., farmer, h. Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Mead Mary L. Mrs., h. 2 Maple 
Mead Rollin C, farmer, h. Creek road, Proctor 
Mead R. R., chief of police, h. 2 Maple 
Mead Stephen W., farmer, h. Creek road, Proctor 
Mead Zebulon Mrs., Creek road, C. Rutland 
Mears Dennis, clerk at Bates House 
Mecier Mary, dressmaker, 1^ Merchants row 
Mecgan John, marble worker, h. 17 Summer 
Mccgan Owen, foreman Lincoln Iron Works, h. 75 Forest 
Median John, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Median Michael, quarry man, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Meilleur Chas., mechanic, Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 
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Meldon Adeline Miss, teacher, bds. Lincoln cor. Gri 

Meldon Kate T-, P. O. clerk, bds. Lincoln cor. Gran 

Meldon Nellie J. and Mary, teachers, bd. Lincoln cor. Grant 
ave. 

Meldon Mary Mrs., h. Lincoln cor. Grant ave. 

Meldon P. M. (Lawrence & Meldon), bds. Lincoln cor. Grant 
ave. 

Mellow Frank M,, hairdresser, 21 Center, h. 54 N. Main 

Merchants National Bank, 41 Merchants row (see adv.) 

Mercier Isaac, employed at Columbian Marble Go. 

Merrier Peter, mason, V. M. Co., Proctor 

IVJerCUre & Co., proprietors of Rutland Bazaar, 51 Mer- 
chants row, opp. depot (sec adv.) 

Mercure D. J. (Mcrcure & Co.), h. 18 Chestnut ave. 

Mcrling Henry, mason, h. 17 Elm 

Mero Sylvester, at Berwick, h, 42 Wales 

Mcrriam Armenia Mrs., h. 41 West 

Merriam E. N., stamping and art needlework, music store 
and agent for Domestic sewing machines, shirt manufac- 
turer, etc., also depository of the Vermont Bible Society, 
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Merrill E. R., veterinary surgeon, office at Geo. Richard- 
son's stable, 32 Center (sec adv.) 
Merrill Edward, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Merrill George A., h. 40 N. Main 
Merrill James A., law student, L. W. Rcdington, h. 40 N. 

Main 
Merrill M. E., gasiitter, h. 7 Royec ave. 
Merrill Wm, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Merrill Wm., mechanic, W. Rutland 
Merritt Benjamin G. Mrs., h. 1 Elm 
MetZger Wm,, upholsterer, shop 27 Evelyn, h. 

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Meyerhoffer Vincent C. liotcl prop'r, h. 63 East 
Midland U., barber for Gomez, h. 30 Maple 
Mietzke George A., professor of music and organist of 

Congregational church, h. 38 Grove 
Milan Daniel 1st and 2d, at V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Milan Daniel 3d, employed by Lyman Strong Co. 
Milan James, <piarryman, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Milan Joseph, mechanic, h. West Rutland 
Miles Burt," mechanic, bds. 39 Wales 
Miller Cyrcl, h. Grove near town line 
Miller David, baker, h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 
Miller James A., h. 6 Bark ave. 
Millington Gilbert D., postal clerk, h. 39 N. Main 
Mills Burt, machinist, h. 24 Howe 
Mills Delia Miss, h. 42 Washington 

Mills Henry S., sashrnaker, h. 27 Gibson ave. 
Miner Albert, carpenter, h. 52 Pine 

Miner Breno, painter, h. 53 Forest 

Miner C. T., hulled corn, Cold river road 

Miner Frank, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Miner Jane Mrs., h. Center cor. Court 

Miner Joseph, h. West near Cramton ave. 

Miner Louis A. (Clifford & Miner), h. 23 Center 

Miner L. &. Son, carriage makers, blacksmiths, horscshoorS 
and general jobbing, 69 West (see adv.) 

Miner Levi L. (Miner & Son), h. 60 Washington 

Miner Levi L. P. (Miner & Son), h. 58 Washington 

Miner Peter, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

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Miner R. E., carpenter, Clarendon ave., West Rntla 

Minkler J. B., mechanic, h. "West Rutland 

Minkler Ira, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Minogne Matthew, polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Minognc Win., polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Miron Charles, laborer, h. 10 Green 

Mison Frank, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Mitchell Willard, mechanic, bds. Brock House 

Moffat Gavin, foreman for Sheldon «fc Sons 

Molloy Robert, mechanic, h. 18 Forest 

Moloney Mary and Jennie, at Bates House 

Moloney Thos. W., lawyer, (Butler & Moloney), hds. Bates 

House 
Monahan Dennis, mechanic, h. West Rutland 
Monahan John, blacksmith, h. 58 S. Main 
Monahan John, laborer, h. Center Rutland 
Monahan Miehael, employed at Rutland Yalley 
Monahan Owen, brass moulder, h. 28 Franklin 
Monahan Fa trick, moulder, h. 29 Gibson ave. 
Monahan Robert, employed by Gilson & Wood fin 
Monahan Thos., employed by Slieldon & Sons 
Monahan William, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Monroe Clarence, cook at Globe Hotel 
Monson Cloes P., hostler for Carpenter & Carpenter 
Montgomery Geo. K., cashier Killington National Bank and 

trcas. Rutland Trust Co., h. 87 Grove 
Moody Chas. E., h. Rutland Valley 
Moody John, laborer, h. Main st., West Rutland 
Mooncy Dennis, boiler maker, h. 14 Cherry 
Mooncy Edward and Win., bd. 30 Wales 
Moore C. Austin, trav. agent, bds. G Prospect 
Moore Edgar B., with Win. B. Moore, bds. 15 Chestnut ave 
Moore Henry, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Moore John, at V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Moore J. IF, carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Moore Robert, filler, h. 18 Franklin 
Moore T. J., manager of Union Pacific Tea Co., Merchants 

row (see adv.) 
Moore Wm. B., stoves, furnaces, tinware, etc., Mutual 

Exchange block, West st., h. 15 Chestnut ave. 
Moran Henry, laborer, h. rear 34 East 

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Moran Henry, employed by Sheldon ifc Sons 

Moran John IF, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Moran John, h. Clark hill, West Rutland 

Moran Michael, north of Catholic church, W. Rutland 

Moran Thomas, employed Sheldon ifo Sons 

Moran Wm. B., employed Dorset Marble Co. 

Morehouse Chas. E., novelties, agents' supplies, 3 Grove, 

h. 53 State (see adv.) . 
Morehouse Fred. A., clerk, h. 53 State 
Morey Fayette, millman, li. Rutland Valley 
Morgan Byron 1). Mrs., h. 14 Plain 
Morgan Carrie Miss, h. 93 Forest 
Morgan David G., clerk, Producers Marble Co. 
Morgan D. L., merchant tailor, 15£ Center, h. 8 Park ave. 
Morgan Edwin W., invoice clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Morgan E, E., bookkeeper, Bardillo Marble MTg Co., 31£ 

Merchants row 
Morgan Esther W., Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Morgenson Peter, carpenter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Mori arty James, teamster, Esperanza Marble Co. 

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Moriartj John, h. off west end of State 
Morn Charles, laborer, fa, 10 Green 
Morrill R. K., moulder, fa. 15 Engrem ave. 
Morris Gilbert, laborer, fa. 88 S. Main 
Morris Marion L. Mrs., fa. 15 Oescnt 
Morrison John, millman at Sfaeklon & Sons 
Morrison John E., clerk Rutland Co. Nat. Bank, b. 4 Cottage 
Morrison M. J., marble turner, fa. 17 Granger 
Morrison Maria Mrs., fa. 37 Franklin 
Morrison Patrick, laborer, fa. 17 Granger 
Morse Chas. E., clerk with E. C. Hongfaton. 
Morse E. A., real estate, fa. 50 S. Main. 
Morse Edmund R., at Producers Marble Co., fa. 50 S. Main 
Morse F. A., druggist, Main cor. Marble, W, Rutland 
Morse Geo. W,, machinist, fa. 25 Union 
Morse Willis, small beer, 20 Wales, fa. 7 Madison 
Morrison Jolin, rear ConrsoDe's nursery 
Morton Leander Mrs., bds. 5 Pine 
Mortrom Jolm, h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Moss David, barber shop and hath rooms under Berwick 
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FASHIONABLE STATIONERY. 

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Etchings, Steel Engravings, Pastels, Artotype and Indotint Engravings. 

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Mossey Join), nieelianie, h. 24 Granger. 

Monlrhrop Robert Mrs., h. S. Main 

Mound & Schell, surgeon dentists, 2 Merchants row. 

Mound Thos., dentist, 2 Merchants row, li. 31 Grove 

Mulcahy John, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 

Mul hern Martin Mrs., Center Rutland 

Mulheru Thos., employed by Gilson & Woodfin 

Mulhern Patrick, stone cutter for Gilson tfe Woodfin 

Mullaney James, stone cotter for Gilson & "Woodlin 

Mullaney John, employed True Blue Marble Co 

Mulholland Patrick, quarryman, li. Proctor 

M alloc Martin, filer, h. East, eor. Engrem avenue 

Malice Peter J., machinist, h. East street extension 

Mul lee Thos., moulder, h. East, cor. En g rein ave. 

Mullen James, employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Mullen James F. and Miehaei, at Gilson & Woodfin's 




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Mullen Michael, quarry-man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Mullen Patrick Mrs., resides with L. Coniff 

Mullin Michael, custom blacksmith and livery stable, 
Strong's ave. cor. Royce, h. 22 Royce (see adv.) 

Mullin P. P., supt. V. M. Co.'s quarry, W. Rutland 

Mullins No rail, milliimr, bds. Dr. Hanrahan's 

Mumford Charles, employed V. M. Co., W, Rutland 

Mumford George, sawyer for Sheldon & Sons 

Mumford James, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Mumford R. II., employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Mumford Thomas, coper for Sheldon & Sons 

Munger Dudley II., clerk, h. 8 Nichols 

M nngcr Edmund D., marble agent, h. 8 Nichols 

Murdoch Clarence, baker, Lyon's steam bakery 

Murdoek Joseph, laborer, h. 18 Mineral 

Murdoch Oliver P., sealer at Howe scale works, h. 17 Lincoln 
ave. 

Murdick Wm., carpenter for Sheldon & Sons 

Murphy B. J., employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Murphy Edward and James, h. 46 Spruce 

Murphy Frank A., employed by S. M. Dorr's Sons 

Murphy Jeremiah J., tailor, h. 12 Elm 

Murphy James, laborer, h. 61 Green 

Murphy John B., stoves, etc., 58 Center, li. 61 Green 

Murphy John and Martin, at Sheldon & Sons 

Murphy Matthew, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Murphy M. O, druggist, Marble st., h. Barnes ave., W. Rut- 
land. 

Murphy Thomas 2d and Martin, farmers, h. 50 East 

Mmphy Timothy J., boilermaker, h. 25 Brown 

Murphy Timothy Mrs., h. 30 Granger 

Murray Edward, machinist, h. 1 Hopkins 

Murray Frank, laborer, h. head of Green 

Murray J as. R., State opp. House of Correction 

Murray John, carpenter, h. 21 Elm 

Murray Michael, laborer, h. head of Allen 

Murray P. R., cutter, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Murray Wm., Y. M. Co., Rutland Valley 

Mussey B. F. Mrs., h. 10 Pine 

Mussey Ed., farmer, li. Woodstock avenue 

Mussey Geo. L., farmer, h. Main below fair ground 

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Mussey Chas. W., cashier Merchants National Bank of 
Rutland and European steamship agent, h. 7 Chestnut 
ave (see adv.) 

Mussey H. E. Mrs., h. 15 Strong's ave 

Mussey James B., fanner, h. Main below R. R. crossing 

Mussey W. B., choice family groceries and provisions, 
etc., 11 Merchants row, h. 42 Grove 

Myers Chas. R., carpenter, h. 1 Pearl 

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Nadeau Joseph, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Nason Ernest E., bookkeeper, Gilson & Woodfin 

National Bank of Rutland, 49 Merchants row 

Navjn Daniel, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Navin Patrick and Thos., polishers, Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Naylon Fred., mail clerk at Herald office i 

Nay Ion Michael, carpenter, h. 88 Granger 

Neary Mary Miss, h. N. Main near ice house 

Neary Peter, employed Yalido Marble Co. 

Need ham Joseph B., carpenter, h. 10 Park 

Negus Richard, mechanic, Sheldon's, W. Rutland 

Neil Patrick, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 

Nelson F. E., proprietor of 5, 10 and 25 cent store, 45 

Center (see adv.) 
Nelson Gnstave and Hans, sawyers, V. M.Co., Proctor 
Nelson Edward T., salesman at B. F. Pollard's 
Nelson J. P., employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nelson Nelson and Peter, laborers, V. M. Co., C. Rutland 
Nelson Peter, rubbing bed, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Nelson Thos., cutter, True Blue Marble Co., bds. 5 Pine 
Nelson W. F., clerk, F. E, Nelson, 45 Center 

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Ness Andrew, mechanic, li. 94 West 

New England Fire Insurance Co., Clement building, 

Merchants row (see adv.) 
Newman Daniel, h. road to Proctor 
Newton M. A., employed by Sheldon Sz Sons 
Newton Marcelle, h. West Rutland 
Newton Nelson, employed V- M. Co., W. Rutland 
Newton Walter, agent, h. 52 Washington 
Nichols Carlos W,, photographer, %t% Center, h. 14 

Prospect (see adv.) 
Nichols Edward, fireman, li. IS) Franklin, cor Granger 
Nichols Geo. W,, carriage and ornamental painter, 36 

Wales, h. 38 Church (see adv.) 
Nichols H. H., chief porter at Berwick House 
Nichols J. C. Mrs., h. 4 State 
Nichols Joel T., mechanic, h. 14 Lincoln ave 
Nichols Leroy, moulder, Howe scale works, h. 12 Royce 
Nichols May, clerk, li. 10 Prospect 
Nicholson David E,, attorney and counsellor at law and 

solicitor and master in chancery and judge of Rutland 

county court, office and residence 18 Grove 
Nicholson Marcus D., marble agent, h. 28 Church 
Nuns Rnfus D., printer, h, 13 Woodstock ave 
Nims William, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Nipes Jonathan, soap maker, h. Cold river road 
Noble John, fanner and selectman, h. Cold river road 
Noc Joseph, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Nolan James, mechanic, h. 41 Granger 
Nolan John, employed by Sheldon is Sons 
Nolan Thos., coper, h. West Rutland 
Nolan Michael, sawyer, Lyman Strong Co. 
Nolan Patrick, employed Lyman Strong Co. 
Noon an Daniel, employed Dorset Marble Co. 
Noonan John, employed Columbian M. Co., Proctor 
Noouan Michael, employed Columbian M. Co., Proctor 
Noonan Terrencc, employed Columbian M. Co., Proctor 
Noonan Thos., employed Columbian M. Co., Proctor 
Nordstrom F. O., quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Normandine John, wheelwright for Terrill <fc Son 
North Aaron E., foreman machinist for Sheldon & Sons 
Norton Edward, millman for Sheldon it Sons 



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Norton John W., cashier Howe Scale Co., h. 58 N. Main 
Nourse Chas. E., foreman, h. 9 Convent ave. 
Novak Albert, en Her with P. Fagan, h. 72 East 
Noxon William, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Noyce A. W., laborer, h. Marble st., West Rutland 
Noyes Daniel, brakeman, h. 27 Crescent 
Noyes Geo. F., farmer, h. head of Woodstock ave. 
Noyes Geo. A. and Wilfred L., h. 13 Gibson ave. 
Noyes John, farmer, h. Mill village 
Noyes Luc i an B., P. O. address, Rutland 
Nugent John, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Nurbcrg Gns., turner, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Nutley Patrick, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 



Gates Michael, laborer, Valido Marble Co. 

C'Bricn Chas., employed Valido Marble Co. 

O'Brien Cornelius, painter, h. 32 Brown 

O'Brien Daniel, laborer, h. 16 Granger 

O'Brien Edward and Owen, employed Dorset Marble Co. 

O'Brien Katie and Mary Misses, dressmakers, li. 15£ Center 

O'Brien James M., clerk for L. S. Houghton 

O'Brien Martin J., plumber, h. 99 West 

O'Brien Owen, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

O'Brien Patrick, employed Dorset Marble Co. 

O'Brien Patrick F., employed Sheldon & Sons 

O'Brien Thomas, polisher, h. West Rutland 

O'Brien Thos., machine man, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

O'Brien Martin, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 

O'Brien Thos.,. laborer, h. 39 Strong's ave. 

O'Brien Timothy, polisher for Sheldon At Sons 

O'Brien Timothy, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

O'Brien Win., employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

O' Conn ell Daniel, marble worker, h, 123 West 

O 1 Connell see also C'onnell 

O'Connell James Mrs., h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 

O'Connor Michael, sawyer, Ripley Sons, C. Rutland 

O'Connor M. J., carver, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Odell Albert, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Odell Albert, laborer, li. 7 Crescent 

Odell Harvey and Howard, employed V. M. Co., W Rntland 

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Odell M., foreman, Espcranza Marble Co., h, Clareu 

W. Rutland 
O'Donncll James, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
O'Dwyer William, marble polisher, bds. 99 West 
O'Hare Thos., filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 

O'Hcamc David J., street eommissiouer, 42 Wales, h. 35 South 
O'Kecfc James, laborer, h. 24 Mineral 
O'Keefe Mary Miss, employed The Tuttle Co 
O'Lcary Timothy, gardener for II. H. Baxter 
Ollivetti M. G., proprietor Barnes House, W, Rutland 
Olcscn Anton, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Olcson Amie, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Olmstead Charles, ticket agent, h. 45 So. Main 
Olmstcad Julia Mrs., h. 1 Elm 
Olmstead Julian K., painter, bds. 43 State 
Olson Adolpli, quarryman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Olson Chris. T., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
O'Longlilin Ellen Mrs., h. 53 Granger 
O'Maia Timothy and Michael, h. 28 Strong's Avenue. 
O'Neill Edward, teamster, West Rutland 
O'Neill James, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
O'Neill James, h. 30 Brown 
O'Neill Thomas, painter, h. 30 Brown 
O'Neill Timothy, packer, Ji. West Rutland 
Oney David Mrs., widow, b, 15£ Centre 
Oney Wm., carpenter, h. 14 Engrem avenue 
Onion Carlos L., check agent, C. V. R. R. 
Onion Eliza A. Mrs., widow, h. 57 Grove 
Orcntt A. A., carriage painter, h. 14 Summer 
O'Reilly Chas. Rev., pastor St. Bridget's eh., W. Rutland 
O'Ronrkc Daniel, Main street, West Rutland 
O'Rourkc James L., clerk, h. 54 South 
O'Ronrkc John, farmer, li. West Rutland 
O'Rourkc John and William, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Ormsbee M. A. Mrs., h. 50 S. Main 
Ormsbee Thomas, h. Proctor village 
Osgood Lee, farmer, h. above Mill village 
Oster Gustavo A., filler, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Otis W. G., express messenger, h. 23 S. Main 
Otis J. M. Mrs., h. 23 S. Main 

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Owen W. H. B., dealer in choice family groceries, dry 
goods, crockery, hardware, agricultural implements, etc., 
95 Center, h. 8 Court square 



Page B. F., machinist, bds. Globe Hotel 

Page Charles E., carpenter, h. 99 N. Main 

Page Frank, mechanic, bds. Globe Hotel. 

Pago Henry A., mechanic, h. 86 Forest 

Page John E., mechanic, h. 7 Cherry 

Page Nathaniel F., blacksmith, h. 16 Church 

Page Jacob, machinist, h. 11 Cherry 

Page John B. Mrs., h. 19 S. Main 

Page William R,, business manager of Howe Scale Co., 

h. 27 Washington 
Page Fred., chairmaker, Ji. 7 Cherry 
Paige E. C. clerk, Chas. E. Ross, h. 4 Cottage 
Paige Norman A. (Cramton & Paige), h. 6 Prospect 
Paige Sylvester F. Mrs., widow, h. 4 Cottage 
Palmer James, gardener for II. H. Baxter 
Palmer John, stone cutter, h. Center Rutland 
Palmer A. T., carpenter, h. 29 Hopkins 
Papcncau Nelson, mason, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Faraday, Dennis, laborer, h. N. Main near North 
Pai-do Wm. II., haii-dresser. Bard well House 
Parish Russell, clerk for Tattle & McKeogh 
Parker Charles A. (Parker & Thrall), h. "Pleasant at., West 

Rutland 
Parker C. J., overseer for Sheldon & Sons 
Parker Matt., V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Parker Henry S., clerk L. G. Kingsley's, h. 53 S. Main 
Parker. Ed ward, mechanic, h. West Rutland 
Parker J. A., telegrapher, h. 4 Pine 
Parker ife Thrall, general merchandise, Main street, West 

Rutland 
Parker Samuel, farmer, 2 miles above Mill village 
Parker S. A. Mrs., h. 53 S. Main 
Parker Walter II., teamster, h. East near Green 
Parkhurst C. A., bookkeeper Lyons steam bakery, h. 18 

Church 
Parkhurst Dana W., telegrapher, li. 18 Church 

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Parkhurst Geo., teamster, h. Marble St., West Rutland 
Parks San ford M. Mrs., h. West Rutland 
Farm enter B. M., clerk Pannen tor's Insurance Agency 
Parmenter C, general insurance agent and vice-president 
of Hew England Fire Ins. Co., office Clement bnil cling, 
Merchants row, h. 23 Elm. 
Parsons Carlos M., carpenter, h. Center cor Wales 
Parsons William, painter, h. 2 Church 
Parsons W. L., painter, h, 08 West 
Partridge Frank 0., treasurer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Patch Fred R., foreman, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Patch J. II., mechanic, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Patch R. N., laborer, h. 12 Gibson ave. 
Patch George, teamster, h. 12 Gibson ave. 
Patnod Charles, carpenter, h. 121 River 
Paton Thos. and Wm., employed Sheldon's 
Patten Wm. and Patrick, machinists, h. West Rutland 
Patterson Ed son, Pittsford road, near town line 
Patterson George, shoemaker, h. 58 Kendall ave. 
Patterson George, watchman, h. 10 Nichols 
Patterson John J., employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Patterson John C, mill foreman, Proctor 
Patterson John, marble worker, h. rear 5 Meadow 
Patterson Wm., employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Patton Patrick, employed by Gilson & Wood fin 
Patrick William A., supt. of Lincoln Iron Works, h. 24 

Cottage 
Patrick W. A., Jr., machinist, Lincoln Iron Works, h. 24 Cot- 
tage 
Paul George W., packer, Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 
Paye Terrcnee, quarry man for Sheldon & Sons 
Poubody Chas. E., scaler, Howe Scale Co., h. 33 Howe 
Pea body Daniel P., Sheriff of Rutland county, office in 

court house, h. 15 Prospect 
Pearsons Fillmore A., machinist, h. 64 Washington 
Pearsons L. L., foreman machinist, C. Y. R. R. shop (Rutland 

division), h. 3 Terrill 
Pearsons Henry, machinist, h. 54 Washington 
Pease Aaron G. Mrs., widow, h. 74 N. Main 
Peek Chas., marble cutter, Gilson it Woodfin 

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Peck Elias, pawn office and dealer in new and second hand 

clothing, 14 Center, h. 5 Strong's ave. 
Peck Mack, marble cutter for Gilson & Woodtin 
Peck M. E., house and sign painter, orders left at A. C. 

Bates & Son 
Peck Pin ens K., mail transfer clerk, h. 5 Strong's ave. 
Peck Samuel A., cigarmaker, h, 5 Strong's ave." 
Pecor Dennis, mason, fa. 19 Green 
Peeor Frank, mason, h. 18 Green 
Pecor Hattie J. Mrs., h. 37 Franklin 
Peeot Joseph, quarryman, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Pecue John, h. 40 Granger 
Pecue Mary Mrs., h. 40 Granger 
Pedrazzi Laniri, cutter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Poet E. H. Mrs., fa. 10 Prospect 
Pelky Alfred, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Pelkey Julius, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Pelkey Leonard, 1st and 2d, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Pelsue L. S., chairmaker, h. 20 Howe 
Peltier Francis, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
Peltier Francis, Y. M'. Co., W. Rutland 
Pelton Geo. E. (Pelton Printing Co.), h. 22 Park ave. 
Pelton Printing Co., job printers, 61 Merelianls row 
Pcndergrast Edward, laborer, h. 50 River 
Fonder Michael, fa. W. Rutland 
Fenders John, saw setter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Ponders John, Pat and Thos., at Sheldon's 
Ponders Martin, quarryman, Y. M, Co. West Rutland 
Pennington Thomas, machinist, h. 5 Elm 
Pennington Chas. W., clerk, Yan Doom & Tilson, bds. 5 Elm 
Pennington John H., machinist, bds. 5 Elm 
Pen nock Durell, farmer, b. Chittenden road 
Pennoek Edmund M., farmer, h. Chittenden road 
Pennock Hamlin E., farmer, h. Cljittenden road 
Peppier Christie A., carpenter, Morgan's block, West street 
Pcrcival H. E., polisher, Y. M. Co. Proctor 
Peiine Toncy, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Perkins, Alfred, farmer, h. Chittenden .road 
Perkins A. D., pliotographer, studio 33 Center, commercial 

work a specialty, fa. 9 Harrison ave. (see adv.) 
Perkins C. E., grocer, Center cor. Wales 



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Perkins Clarence O. {E. D. Keyes & Co.), L 25 W( 

Perkins Frank, carpenter, bds. 43 State 

I'erkins Hiram, h. 67 Forest 

Perkins Henry O. Mrs., h. 25 West 

Perkins James D., employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Perkins Moses J., real estate, li. 21 Grove 

Perkins Walter B., clerk with E. D. Keyes & Co. 

Perry Walter M., printer, h. 48 West 

Perry C. W. Rev., pastor of Universal! st church, h- 48 

West 
Perry II. H., teamster, Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 
Perry P. W., elerk, F. A Morso, W. Rutland 
Perry W. M. & Co., job printers, 48 West 
Persic Joseph, quarry man, Y, M. Co., W. Rutland 
Persons W. E., polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Peters David, mason, h. West Rutland 
Peterson Andrew, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Peterson John P., laborer, Y. M, Co., Proctor 
Peverly Horace L., marble turner, li. 54 Pine 
Peverly Smnner D. Mrs., h. 30 S. Main 
Phalen James, employed Columbian Marble Co. 
Phalen Thomas, h. Clarendon ave., W, Rutland 
Phelps Merrifct C, elerk, Dunn ife Cram ton, h. 23 Grove 
Phillips Albert S., machinist, b. 22 Plain 
Pliillips Charles M., car inspector, h. 4 Park 
Phillips Clarkson, car repairer, h. 105 River 
Phillips Geo. W. Rev., pastor of Congregational clmrcli, 

h. 16 Court 
Phillips James, h. Main St., W. Rutland 
Phillips Leroy, student, h. 16 Court 
Pliillips Oscar, laborer, h. 93 West 
Phillips R. A., slater, h. Crescent, cor. Grove 
Phillips William W., tinsmith, bds. 12 Evelyn 
Phipps William O., fireman, h. 38 Forest 
Pierce Clinton H., bds. 21 Grove 

Pierce D. C, depot man, D. & H. Canal Co., h. 34 Howe 
Pierce Henry C, freight clerk, h. 34 Howe 
Pierce Nathan Mrs., h. 73 Center 



Pierce Sarah R. Mrs., h. 13jEvelyn 
Pierpoint Evelyn, real estate, 29 Center, bd 
Pierpoint Julia and Susan S. Misses, b. 12 ' 



Is. Bates House 
S. Misses, h. 12 West 

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Piette Gilbert, machinist, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Pike Amos and Win., farmers, b. W. Rutland 

Pike Erastus, farmer, h. 82 N. Main 

Pike Frederick, farmer, h. W, Rutland 

Pill in Michael, laborer, h. 38 Plain 

Pilon Felix, stone cutter, h. 24 Cram ton ave. 

Pinney Jonathan A., 2 miles above Mill village 

Piper C. L., elerk for J. E. Robinson & Co. 

Piper Ward, machinist, Esperanza Marble quarry 

Piper W. G., carpenter, Sheldon's, b. W. Rutland 

Pistole Francis, brass worker, h. 8 Howe 

Pistole Frank, Jr., sealer, h. 8 Howe 

Pitkin Sophia Miss, li. 30 Washington 

Pitts A., at Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 

Pitts Benj. F., turner, b. 19 Baxter 

Pitts Rollin, h. Center Rutland 

Plaisted Charles B., salesman, bds. Bard well House 

Plant Napoleon, Main st, West Rutland 

Plumley Charles, laborer, h. 8 Willow 

Plumlcy John, peddler, h. Main below fair ground 

Plummer Charles, carpenter and builder, h. 10 Pearl 

Phunmer Daniel, carpenter, bds. 4 Pine 

Pollard B. F., wholesale and retail clothier, gents' furnish- 
ings, hats, caps, trunks, robes, horse clothing, etc., Opera 
House block, h. 10 Cottage 

Pollard John H., bookkeeper, Pollard's, bds. 10 Cottage 

Pomeroy Edward, proprietor of Farmers Hotel 

Pond A. S. (Pond's Sphygmograph Co.), h, 22 S. Main 

Pond E. M. (Pond's Mixer Co.), h. 22 S. Main 

Pond B. W., farmer, h. 2 Williams 

Pond E. A., physician, office and residence 23 S. Main, office 
hours 8 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2 and 7 to 8 p. M, 

Pond's Sphygmograph Co., office 22 s. Main 

Pooler Amasa, h. 18 Washington {aged 88 years) 
Pooler Seth, insurance, h. 18 Washington 
Poronto Edward D., salesman, 47 Merchants row 
Portal J. M., trav. salesman, h. 45 Elm 
Porter A. W. (Jackson & Porter) bds. 19 S. Main 
Porter Cyrus Mrs., h. 4 West 
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Porter Marcus, teamster, h. 41 State 

Porter Napoleon, mason, It. 4 ft Spruce 

Porter William, h. 98 Grove 

Post J. E.i manufacturer of Richardson's carbon i zed sower 

and drain pipe, factory 41 River near freight depot, 1). 24 

West (see adv.) 
Potter Ashahel, farmer, h. head of Green 
Potter Carson K,, h. Main below fair ground 
Potter Douglass, blacksmith, b. West cor. Pine 
Potter Geo. W., carpenter, h. 19 Woodstock ave. 
Potter Wm. A., h. Elm at., West Rutland 
Potter Neill, clerk, h. West cor. Pine 
Potter Wm. H., quarryman, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Poulin Chas., (Gosselin & Poulin), h. 8 West 
Poulin Joseph, carpenter, hi 31 West 
Poulin Joseph, laborer, h. 78 West 
Poulin Peter, mechanic, h. 31 West 
Poulin Victor J., clerk, h. 31 West 
Powers Benjamin II., fanner, h. 21 Crescent 
Powers A. C., farmer, h. Proctor 
Powers Edward, quarryman, Sheldon & Sons 
Powers Ilettie, head dining room girl. Pates House 
Powers John, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Powers John W,, scaleman, C. V. R. P., h. 49 Center 
Powers John W. Mrs., dressmaker, 49 Center 
Powers L. M. and Jane Misses, h. Proctor 
Powers Michael, sawyer for Sheldon ■& Sons 
Powers Sydney, farmer, h. above Mill village 
Powers Mary J. Mrs., h. 25£ Merchants row 
Pratt Albert L., mechanic, h. 99 Grove 
Pratt Albert, engineer, h. 18 Summer 
Pratt Alonzo, blacksmith, li. 27 Plain 
Pratt Alexander, engineer, h. 18 II owe 
Pratt Bradley, carpenter, h. 35 Crescent 
Pratt C. II., engineer, h. 18 Pine 
Pratt Eugene O., carpenter, h. 14 Meadow 
Pratt Forest, painter, Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Pratt Frederick W., clerk, h. IS Summer 
Pratt Giles, watchman, h. rear 8 Park 
Pratt Henry, employed by Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 
Pratt James, h. Clarendon road, West Rutland 



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Pratt Jessie Miss, h. 28 S. Main 

Pratt John, engineer, h. 20 School 

Pratt John E., foreman, h. 24 Plain 

Pratt Moses, engineer, h. 41 State 

Pratt San ford A., carpenter, h. 11 Gibson ave 

Pratt William W., drug cbrk, h. 18 Pino 

Pratt Wright, teamster, h. 10 Forest 

Predam Charles, blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Prcmo Antoine, milk dealer, h. Mill village 

Pre mo Levi A., livery and boarding stable, Willow cor. 

Wales, li. Mill village (see adv.) 
PreiTIO Levi, carriage and sleigh manufacturer, horscshoer 

and blacksmith, Wales cor. Willow, h. Mill village 
Prcnevoust Joseph, quarryman, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Preno Joseph, machine man, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Prentiss Fred. C, soap, h. 71 East 
Priest Levi F., at 43 State 
Prior Charles, laborer, h. 34 East 
Prior Hiram, engineer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Prior Henry, farmer, h. N. Main near ice house 
Pritchard Harvey F., farmer, h. Mill village 
Proctor Fletcher D., superintendent of Vermont Marble 

Co., office and residence Proctor 
Proctor S. W., shipper, Keyes & Co., h. 54 S. Main 
Proctor Recffield, president Producers Marble Co.. and 

V. M. Co., residence Proctor 
Producers Marble Co., office 19 Merchants row 
Front John (Front & Walker), h. 9 Cottage 
Prouty L. S., meat market, Strong's ave. cor. Madison 
Provost Antoine, road to Proctor, C. Rutland 
Provost Frank A., at Gilson at WoodhVs, h. Crock road, C. 

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Prunier Frank, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 
In reel 1 John 1st, employed A 7 . M. Co., Center Rutland 
Purcell Michael, machinist, bds. 39 Wales 
Pureell Patrick and Ed., teamsters, V. M. Co., C Rutland 
Pardon Thos. H. Rev., h. 24 Church 
Puryea Andrew, li. head of Temple 
Pnryea Heman, teamster, h. 70 N. Main 
Pnryea Henry, laborer, h. head of Woodstock ave. 
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Puryea William, h. head of "Woodstock ave. 

Putnam Geo. IL, turner, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Putnam H. C, clerk, h. 52 Grove 

Putnam Hollis, marble turner, h. 6 Howe 

Putnam John, barber, h. 6 Howe 

Putnam John G., h. 15 Washington 

Putnam J. H., oculist and aurist, ofhee 48 Wales, li. 15 

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Putnam James M. Col., h. 16 Washington 
Putnam S. G., freight agent, C. V. R. R., h. 52 Grove 
Putnam J. A. freight clerk, h. 52 Grove 

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Qnigley C. T., stone cutter, bds. 12 Evelyn 
Qnigley Thos., employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Quilty Eliza and Clara, boarding house, 39 Wales 
Quilty Luke, tailor, h, Cheney block, Strong's ave. 
Quilty Michael and John, painters, bd. 39 Wales 
Quinlan Bridget, chambermaid at Berwick House 
Quinlan Matthew, quarry man, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
•Qninn Edward, h. hillside road, W. Rutland 
Quinn Frank J. (M. Quinn & Sons), h. 24 Washington 
Qui nil M. & Sons, proprietors of Bates House (see adv.) 
Quinn John, quarryman, Lyman Strong Co. 
Qninn John B. (M. Quinn & Sons), h. 24 Wasliington 
Quinn M., livery, boarding and sale stables, and carriage 
repository, 22 Center, and (M. Quinn tfe Sons) h. 24 
Washington (see adv r .) 
Quinn William, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
Quirk James, laborer, h. 9 Franklin 
Quirk John, employed Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 
Qnow Luanda Mrs., h. N. Main, near iec house 

Rabideau Joseph, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Rafferty John, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Racine Lucy Mrs., h. 12 Cherry 

Rainvillc Paul Mrs., h. Pine cor. West 

Raleigh John, laborer, Clarendon road, W. Rutland 

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Raleigh John Jr., machine man, W. Rutland 
Raleigh Kate Mrs., h. Marble et., W. Rutland 
Raleigh Richard, employed Lyman Strong Co. 
Raleigh R. M., machinist, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Rand E. B., clerk, bds. 6 Cottage 
Randall, J. J. R., architect and 

dent board of education, office 7 Center 
House 
Randall W. E., employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Raymond Frank and Fred., at V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Raymond Lewis C, h. Creek road, Center Rutland 
Ready Michael, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Ready Michael, moulder, River cor. Strong's ave. 
Ready Patrick, laborer, h. 20 Strong's ave. 
Reardon Daniel, laborer, h. 9 Franklin 
Reardon Daniel, butcher, bds. Globe Hotel 
Reardon E. D., attorney, deputy collector of internal revenue, 

Cramton & Sawyer's block, Rutland 
Reardon Owen Mrs., h. 104 River 
Reardon John C, printer, The Tattle Co., li. 104 River 
Reardon Timothy A., h. 104 River 
Reardon Wm., laborer, h. 24 Howe 

Reditlgton Lyman W., lawyer and postmaster and pres- 
ident of New England Fire Ins. Co., office Herald build- 
ing 
Reed Augustus, truckman, h. Park near Granger 
Reed Chas. ; truckman, h. 13 Washington 
Reed Daniel, selectman, h. Main st., W. Rutland 
Reed Edward, h. near Boardman hill, W. Rutland 
Reed G. D., employed at True Blue Marble Co. 
Reed Elmer E., teamster, True Blue Marble Co. 
Reed Emily Mrs., h. 11 West 
Reed Enos and William H., li. 7 Pearl 
Reed George H., foreman, h. 13 Baxter 
Reed George R., h. Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Reed Gideon, h. East cor. Engrcm ave. 
Reed He-man B., h. N. Main near the ice house 
Reed James M., h. Boardman hill, W. Rutland 
Reed Leroy and Stephen, millmen at Sheldons' 
Reed Lincoln S., employed by J, C. Baker 
Rces A. F., leather dealer, h. 60 Kendall avenue 



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Reese Chas. A. Rev., pastor of Baptist church, h, 33 Wash- 
ington 

Regan Patrick and Timothy, employed Sheldons' 

Regan William, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Remington John H., auctioneer, h. 26 Grove 

Resseguic Alexander, carpenter, h. 21 Pine 

Reynolds Annie Mrs,, h. 37 Franklin 

Reynolds Bradley, Creek road, Proctor 

Reynolds Edward, teamster, 10 Cram ton ave. 

Reynolds Edward L., marble turner, h. 15 Pine 

Reynolds George, millman for Sheldon A Sons 

Reynolds Guy H., tress. Yalido Marble Co., h. 58 Center 

Reynolds Hannibal, Creek road, Center Rutland 

Reynolds J. B., pres. Valido Mar hie Co., h. 58 Center 

Reynolds Jas., machine man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Reynolds Morris, farmer, b. Creek road, C. Rutland 

Reynolds Wm. W., aupt. Howe Seale Co. 

Ricard Raphael and Wm,, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Rice Amanda Mrs., h. 37 Franklin 

Rice Byron Eugene, carpenter, h. West st. 

Rice Byron H. printer, The Tuttle Co., h. 22 Howe 

Rice Chas. Otis, trucking and dealer in wood and coal, 
and employment ofiiee, Washington st. near town hall, h. 
26 Maple 

Rice Christopher, h. 105 West 

Rice D.W., coachman for S. M. Dorr's Sons, b. " The Maples" 

Rice Hopton C, laborer, h. 70 S. Main 

Rice John, gardener, h. 28 Brown 

Rice John, sawyer for Sheldon & Sons 

Rice John, laborer, h. 105 West 

Riee Joseph, gardener, bds. 02 Forest 

Rice Margaret Miss, b, 62 Forest 

Rice Michael, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Rice Moses S., car builder, h. 22 Howe 

Rice Warren R., wood turner and ban joist, bds. 40 Granger 

Rice William, florist, h. rear of Forest 

Rieh Wm. A., employed by Hiram A. Smith, W. Rutland 

Richards J., millman for Sheldon & Sons 

Richardson George j livery, boarding and sale stable and 
carriage repository, 32 and 34 Center, h. 15 Grant ave. 
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Richardson C. F., h. 24 Summer 

Richardson Fred. H., h. 24 Summer 

Richardson Geo. E., h, 8 Prospect 

Richardson John S., foreman, h. 3 Gibson ave. 

Richardson Mark F., machinist, h. 5 Royue 

Richardson Mark S. Mrs., h. 5 Royce 

Richmond R. L., clerk, Fisher's drug store 

Richmond Willis H., deputy supt, House of Correction 

Ridlon E. F., trav. agent, h. 13 Pine 

Rielle Alexander, marble cutter and leader of RiulkVs 
orchestra, h. 22 Union (see adv.) 

Rielle Frank A., marble worker, h, 22 Union 

Riggs Kate Mrs., h. 69 S. Main 

Riley James, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Riley John, quarry man, V. M. Co., West Rutland 

Riley John, employed by Gilson & Woodiiu 

Riley John, laborer, h. 17 Cram ton ave, 

Riley John, employed True Bine Marble Co. 

Riley Michael, nailer, h. 93 West 

Riley Patrick, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Riley Patrick Mrs., h. 43 Green 

Riley Win., h. 43 Green 

Riley Peter W., employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Riley Rodger, laborer, h. Center Rutland 

Riley Thomas F., h. Grove above village limits 

Riley Thos. P., employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Riley Thomas, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Riley Thomas, employed by Gilson ife Woodfin 

Rinn Thomas, employed by Sheldon ife Sons 

Riim Patrick, quarry man, h. W. Rutland 

Riordan John, employed Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 

Riordan P. O., general merchandise, Clarendon ave., h. Pleas- 
ant st., W. Rutland . 

Ripley Chas, E., student, Boston, h. 42 West 

Ripley Edward H., (Ripley Sons), resides in Mendon 

Ripley Sons, marble dealers, Center Rutland 

Ripley Thomas E., student Yale, bds. 42 West 

Ripley Wm. T., snpt Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 

Ripley W. Y. W. (Ripley Sons), h. 42 West 

Rising Edwin, carpenter, bds. 52 Strong's avenue 

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Roach David, carpenter, b. 33 Maple 

Roach E. C.j scaler at Howe scale works 

Roach John, ]i. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Roach John, polisher, True Blue Marble Co. 

Roach William, State st., opp. House of Correction 

Robbins Arthur B., chairmaker, li. 17 Grant ave. 

Rob bins Frank C, h. 47 S. Main 

Robbins George E,, mechanic, h. 26 Union 

Robbins O. L,, (Shortsleeve & Co.), bds. Bard well House 

Robhins James, marble polisher, hds. 12 Pine 

Robbins Warren, on railroad, opp. Scale works 

Robbins Thomas C, Judge of Probate, office in court 

house, h. 47 S. Main 
Roberts Francis, eh air maker, h. 27 Meadow 
Roberts Geo., chairmaker, li. 26 Union 
Roberts J. Ross, teacher, bds. 15 S. Main 
Roberts L. IL, supt. of H. H. Baxter's stock farm 
Roberts Wm. H., clerk, bds. 15 S. Main 
Robertson James, truckman, h. 48 Woodstock aye, 
Robillard Andrew, broommakcr, h. 17 Williams 
Robinson Ezra A., mechanic, h. 6 Summer 
Robinson Prank P., bookkeeper, h. 34 Howe 
Robinson Fred M., clerk, with F. C. Houghton 
Robinson J. E. & Co., general store, Center Rutland 
Robinson John T., clerk for J. E. Robinson & Co 
Robinson M. C, clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Robinson Oscar Mrs., h. 19 Park ave. 

Robinson Jacob E. (J. E. Robinson & Co.), h. Center Rutland 
Robison F. E., carpenter, h. 17 Wales 
Rocche Andre, employed V". M. Co., Proctor 
Rocehe E. and A., employed V. M. Co., C. Rutland 
Reck Edward A., foreman machinist, Lincoln Iron Works, h. 

11 Church 
Rock Zeb., teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Roddy James, machine man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Roddy John, clerk, fa. West Rutland 
Roddy J. P., clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Roddy P. F., employed V, M. Co., Center Rutland 
Rodgers Chas., employed V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Rodgers E. R., butcher, h. Ross st., West Rutland 
Rodgers Patrick, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 



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Rogers Horace E., employed by Lyman Strong Co. 

Rogers Patrick, sawyer, V. M, Co., Proctor 

Rohan Martin, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Rooncy John, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Rooncy John, laborer, h. West st., Center Rutland 

Rooney Phil., employed by V. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Rooncy Robt., teamster, Ripley Sons, C. Rutland 

Rooncy Win., laborer, bds. C. Rutland House 

Roos Folka, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Root Edward L., salesman, h. 2 Chestnut ave. 

Root Isaac, sawyer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Root Mary Jane Mrs., h. 26 Forest 

Rose Frank II. , confectioner, h. 5 Wales 

Rose Harry N., law student with Lyman W. Redingtou 

Ross Aldis D., clerk, Ross Bros., h, 11 Prospect 

Ross Augustus, engineer, h. 17 Howe 

ROSS Bros., dry and fancy goods, 33 Merchants row 

Ross C. P., pliysician, Main st., West Rutland 

ROSS Charles E., dry and fancy goods and agent Butter- 
iclt's patterns, Opera House block, bds. 15 S. Main (see 
adv. front colored leaf) 

Ross Crawford D., machinist, h. 18 Grove 

Ross Cornelie G., asst. supt. Lincoln Iron Works, h. 16 Pros- 
pect 

Ross Edward V. accountant, Howe Scale Co., h. 10 Madison 

Ross Geo. W., surveyor, h. 2 Nichols 

Ross Geo. W. (Ross Bros.), h. 1 Cottage 

Ross John W. (Ross Bros.), h. 11 Prospect 

Ross Rebecca Mrs., h. 15 S. Main 

Ross Robert, clerk at Herald office 

Ross Vina A. Miss, h. 15 S. Main 

Rosa Wallace E., machinist, b. 10 West 

Ross Warren E., fine boots and shoes, 3 Merchants row, 
h. 44 West cor. Cottage (see adv.) 

Ross Wallace A., brakeman, h, 7 Convent ave. s 

Ross Wm,, painter, Lincoln Iron Works, h. 33 Merchants row 

Ross Willard, farmer, h. W. Rutland 

Rosseel J. R., printer, h. over Keyes & Co.'s store 

Round Jennie A. Miss, bds. 23 Evelyn 

Rounds James P., clerk, Parker & Thrall, W. Rutland 



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Rounds Joseph, marble polisher, h. 100 River 

Rourke John, laborer, h. 38 South 

Rourke James, clerk, h. 38 South 

Rourke James, employed Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

Rourke Michael, employed Columbian Marble Co., Proctor 

Rourke Patrick 0., Dan, and Michael, at Sheldon's 

Rourke William, h. West Rutland 

Rousseau Alfred, painter, h. 04 Forest 

Rowc Clara S. Mrs., h. 105 West 

Rowe Lizzie Miss, bds. 12 Chestnut ave. 

Rowell Chas. A., mason, h. 38 Elm 

Rowell Geo. M. and Herbert C, h. 15 Gibson ave. 

Rowell Halleek (M. O. Kelly & Co.), 69 Center 

Rowell John S., mason, h. 15 Gibson ave. 

Roy Joseph, chairmaker, h. 5 th ave., rear gas house 

Roy Peter, sawyer, h. West Rutland 

Roy Peter, chairmaker, h. 5th ave., rear gas house 

Royce E. R., h. Center Rutland 

Royce Ceo. B. T secretary Steam Stone Cutter Co. and 

True Blue Marble Co., h. 15 Grove 
Royce Ceo. E., treasurer Steam Stone Cutter Co. and True 

Blue Marble Co., b. 15 Grove 
Roys Hattie L. Miss, artist, Herald building, h. 33 S. Main 
Roys L. E,, civil engineer and bridge master, C. V. R. R. 

(Rutland division) office in depot, h. 33 S. Main 
Ruane John, h. Center Rutland 
Ruane George C, Center Rutland 
Ruane Jas., marble worker, Esperanza, h. O. Rutland 
Ruane John J., general foreman of mills and shop, Ly man 

Strong Co., b. Barnes St., W. Rutland 
Rubado Napoleon, employed Y. M. Co, W. Rutland 
Ruell Fred., saw selter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Rnggles Belle, teacher, bds. 32 Washington 
Rugglcs Gersbom C. Mrs., h. 13 Evelyn 
Ruggles John L., milk dealer, h. 27 Brown 
Rnsblcau Octave, baker, h. 89 West 
Ruso Alfred, painter, h. 45 Forest 
Ruso Alfred, Jr., painter, Howe Scale Co., h. 1 Church 
Ruso Antoine, h. W. Rutland 
Russell Alvin, farmer, h. Mill village. 
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Russell George E., builder, west end of West st., opp. Bar- 

dillo Co. 
Russell Geo. P., clerk and undertaker for L. G. Kingslcy, b. 

8 Woodstock ave. 
Russell James, b. Grove cor. State 
Russell James, town liquor agent, bds. 31 Grove 
Russell Napoleon J., moulder, h. 26 Jackson ave. 
Russell Peter, carpenter, Sheldon & Sons 
Russell Raymond, miller, b. Mill village 
Rust Benjamin, janitor, Clement's, b. 56 Pine 
Rust Henry, trav. agent, b. 39 S. Main 
Rnst Walter S., bds. 56 Pine 
Rutland Bazaar, Mercurc & Co., proprietors, 51 Merchants 

row (sec adv.) 
Rutland Boiler Works, West cor. Forest 
Rutland Co. National Bank, 24 Merchants row 
Rutland Cracker Co., H, E. Tnttlc trcas., 2 Evelyn (see 

adv.) 
Rutland Creamery, §1 West (see adv.) 
Rutland Foundry & Machine Shop Co., Furnace st. 

Rutland Free Library, 23£ Merchants row 
Rutland Herald &. Globe Association (sec adv.) 
Rutland Nail Works, O. P. Harris MTg Co., proprie- 
tors, Furnace St. (see 4th colored page) 
Rutland Savings Bank, Merchants row cor. Center 
Rutland Shirt Co., Willow st. 
Rutland Street Railroad Co., office 7£ Center 
Rutland Trust Co., Merchants row 
Ryan Catherine Mrs., h. 97 Forest 
Ryan Dennis, coper, Y. M, Co., Center Rutland 
Ryan Dennis, Jr., shipper, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Ryan D. M., employed Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Ryan Ed., polisher, over Shedd's store, C. Rutland 
Ryan Henry, piano timer, h. 38 Pine 
Ryan Roger, h. West Rutland 
Ryan John P., stone cutter, b. rear 7 Meadow 
Ryan John and Wm., b. Center Rutland 
Ryan John, employed by Gilson & Woodfin 
Ryan Matthew, tinsmith, h. 88 River 
Ryan Mary Mrs., Marble st., West Rutland 
Ryan Mary Mrs., h. 49 South 

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Ryan Michael, polisher, Ripley Sons 

Ryan Nathaniel, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Ryan Patrick, sawyer, V. M. Co., h. Proctor 

Ryan Patrick S., h. 14 lij-ove 

Ryan Richard, clerk, Kingsley's, h. 97 Forest 

Ryan Timothy, employed Gil son it Wood fin 

Ryan William, clerk, h. 1 Wales 

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Sabonrin John, polisher, h. 40 Meadow 

Sabonrin Nellie Miss, h. 40 Meadow 

Sadler Edwin P., h. 14 Park 

Sadler Frank J,, clerk, h. 10 Summer 

Sadler George E., laborer, h. 3 Howe 

Safford Charles W., machinist, h. 12 State 

Sage Edwin, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Sage James, teamster, h. Center Rutland 

Salmon Timothy Mrs., h. 114 West 

Salmon William, laborer, h. 116 West 

Salter Thos. and Win, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Sampson T., finisher for Sheldon & Sons 

Samuel E. &. Son, proprietors of anti-monopoly clothing 

house, 49 Merchants row 
Saminon Cornelius, employed V. M. Co., h. Center Rutland 
Sanborn G. R., homoeopathic physician, h. 3 Church 
Sanders Andrew L., machinist, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Sanford John A., salesman, h. 45 Washington 
Sang Lung Co., laundry, 61 Center (see adv.) 
Santwire Nelson, h. head of Temple st. 
Sargeant Win. 11., millwright and builder, h. 34 State 
Sargent Chas., moulder, h. 9 Gibson ave. 
Sargent Channcey and Josiah, h. head of Woodstock ave. 
Sargent Eliae, packer for Kcyes ifc Co. 
Sargeant W. O., supt., li. West Rutland 
Satchwell Chas., V. M. Co., Rutland Valley 
Saunders Franklin, h. West cor. Main 
Savery E. A,, machinist, bds, 14 Royce 
Sawyer Geo E., marble dealer, h. 14 Wcsc 
Sawyer H. A. &. Co., jobbers in stationery, blank books, 

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Sawyer Henry A. (H. A. Sawyer <k Co.), h. 16 Washington 

Sawyer Henry D., salesman, H. A. Sawyer & Co 

Sawyer Henry M., bookkeeper for Higgins, Greene & Hyde, 
h. 35 S. 'Main 

Sawyer Miles S., clerk for H. A. Sawyer *fc Co. 

Sawyer Palmer S., h. 2 Prospect 

Scanlon Patrick Mrs., h. 52 South 

Scanlon John, brakeman, h. 52 South . 

Schcll D. M. Rev., pastor M. E. church, W. Rutland 

Schell P. M. (D. D. S.), dentist, 2 Merchants row, h. 6 Maple 

Schcll H. P., bookkeeper Singer M'fg Co., h. 6 Maple 

Schryver William H., foreman boiler shop, Q. Y. R. R. (Rut- 
land division), h. 64 Washington 

Schwartz Louis, tailor and dyer, 71 Center, h. 14 Williams 

Schwcizer Samuel, road to Proctor, C. Rutland 

Scott L. B,, general secretary Y. M. C. A., h. 11 Royce 

Scott Warren, employed by Geo. A. Merrill 

Scott Walter W., traveling agent, h. 3 Prospect 

Scovillc Geo,, fireman, 133 West 

Scovill Albert, employed Ripley Sons, C. Rutland 

Scovillc Erastus E., engineer, 30 State 

Scovillc Frank C, clerk at Stearns' market 

Sctldder J. W-, physician and surgeon, office over Y. M. 
Co.'s store, Proctor, office hours 8 to 9 a. m., 12:30 to 3 
and 6 to 8 p. m. 

Scully John, employed V. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Scully John, marble works, h, 8 Cram ton ave. 

Scnlly Martin Mrs., 8 Cram ton ave. 

Seamans Julius, mechanic, 52 Strong's ave. 

Seaton Jcanette, Marble St., W. Rutland 

Seaver Anna M. Mrs., h. 46 N. Main (aged 80 years.) 

Seavor Emily Miss, h. 46 N. Main 

Scavcy George, h. 8 Summer 

Seff Win. T., watchmaker, Elm at., W. Rutland 

Soger Alonzo, employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Soger John, employed by Gilson it Woodfin 

Seger Willis, West Rutland 

Seguin L., groceries, Marble st., West Rutland 

Senccal Edward, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

Senecal Frank, moulder, h. Morgan's block, West st. 

Senecal II., employed Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 



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Seward Edward, farmer, fa. head of Woodstock ave. 

Seward Henry E. and Horace, fa. head of Woodstock ave. 

Seward Ira F., laborer, bds 25 J Center 

Seward Win. H., employed by V. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Seymour B. W., yard foreman at Sheldon & Sons 

Shalvy William, agent, I). 12 Green 

Shanaban Michael, quarry man, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Shangraw Joseph, machine man, "V. M. Co., Proctor 

Shangraw William, employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Shappcy Medor, painter, h. 5 Gibson ave. 

Shaw Ed. W., watchman, b. Cold river road 

Shaw F. R., cxpreBS driver, bds. 34 West 

Sbaw Tully D., manager Western Union telegraph office, 
office in Union depot, h. 28 S. Main 

Sbaw Wm., h. Cold river road 

Shannon John, laborer, fa. 50 Granger 

Sharp Richard, farmer, old 4. line road 

Shea Dennis, employed Columbian M. Co., Proctor 

Shea Dennis, laborer, b. 41 Granger 

Shea John, laborer, h. 54 South 

Shedd C. H., carpenter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Shcdd Elmer E., baker at Lyon's bakery 
Shedd F. W., (F. W. Shcdd & Son), h. 24 State 
Shedd F. D. (F. W. Shedd & Son), Center Rutland 

Shedd F. W. & Son, general merchandise store, Center 

Rutland 
Shedd William H., painter, bds. Berwick House 
Sliehan Michael, laborer, fa. off Allen st. 
Shechan Jeremiah, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 
fcmeehan John, mason, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Shechan Michael, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Sheldon Harley G., farmer, fa. West Rutland 
Sheldon John, employed Yalido Marble Co. 
Sheldon & Sons, wholesale and retail dealersin block and 

sawed marble, West Rutland 
Sheldon Charles (Sheldon & Sons), fa, Center cor. Court 
Sheldon Charles H. (Sheldon tfe Sons), h. 20 Nichols 
Sheldon John A. (Sheldon & Sons), fa. 8 N. Main 
Sheldon W. K. (Sheldon & Sons), h. Clarendon ave,, West 

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Shepard David, fa. Rutland Valley 



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Shepard Edward F. Mrs., h. Clarendon ave., West Rutland 
Shepard Edward M., machinist, Sheldon & Sons 
Shepard John L., employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Sherburne Wm, H., sawyer, fa. 35 Howe 
Sheridan Bartholomew, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Sheridan John J., marble polisher, b. 122 West 
Sheridan James, employed at True Blue Marble Co 
Sheridan Martin B., meat market, 1 Main, fa, Wood- 
stock ave., (see adv.) 
Sheridan Michael, laborer, fa. 130 West , 
Sheridan Stephen, sawyer, h. 120 West 
Sheridan Thomas, mill foreman Dorset Marble Co. 
Sheridan Thos., employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Sherman Alexander, laborer, b. 19 Meadow 
Sherman A., employed at Ripley Sous, Center Rutland 
Sherman C. H., contractor, h. Pleasant St., W. Rutland 
Sherman Edson, teamster, north of Mill village 
Sherman Marshall, mason, h. 26 Mineral 
Sherman Michael, mason, b. Pine street 
Sherman William, sexton, h. rear 68 West 
Shinney John and James, V. M. Co., C. Rutland 
Shiimey Richard, employed V. M. Co., C. Rutland 
Shippey Elmore, blacksmith, h. 8 Park 
Shippey John C, laborer, h, 15 West 
Shippey Ira, milkman, h. S. Main below R, R. 
Shippey Walter W., blacksmith, h. S. Main below R. R. 
Sholdice John, V. M. Co., C. Rutland 
Shortsleeve D. & Co., machinists and founders. 24 

Strong's ave. (see adv.) 
Shortsleeve David (D. Shortsleeve & Co.), h. 28 Brown 
Shortsleeve Frank, machinist, b. 78 S. Main 
Shortsleeve Joseph, laborer, h. 18 School 
Shoto Edward, cook, 11 fa. Chestnut ave. 
Shouldiee Dennis, employed at Yalido Marble Co. 
Siquor Fred, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 
Silliman George, traveling salesman, fa. 4 Court 
Silloway Charles Mrs., h. 92 Forest 
Silloway Clara M. Miss, h. 92 Forest 
Simons N. P. Mrs., h. 11 Cottage 
Simonds Andrew, laborer, fa, off Allen st. 
Simpson C. A., bookkeeper. Producers M. Co., b. 21 Madison 

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Simpson Miles, peddler, h. 124 Forest 

Sinclair Robt., employed by Sheldon <St Sons 

Singen Ellen, h. West st., C. Rutland 

Singer Manufacturing Co., 52 Center (see adv.) 

Siples Orson, laborer, h. Granger below South 

Sisters of St. Joseph, 19 Coo vent avc. 

Skiffiogton Hattie Mrs., h. 75 West 

Slack Augustus D., h. 59 Pine 

Slaek Frank L., bookkeeper, Harris M'fg Co. 

Slade E. S., bookkeeper, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Slade Harry A., clerk for Higgins, Greene & Hyde 

Slason Charles II. Mrs., h. West Rutland 

Slason Francis Mrs., h. Clarendon avc., W. Rutland 

Slason M. E. Miss, select school, rear 8 West 

Slattery Bridget Miss, h. 21 S. Main 

Slattery John, plumber, h. 7*j Forest 

Slattery John R. Mrs., h. 76 Forest 

Slattery John E., clerk, bds. Berwick House 

Slattery John 2d, mechanic, h. 49 Franklin 

Sleeper J. D., supt. Rutland Valley Marble Co. 

Sloan Hugh, laborer, h. 29 Granger 

Sloeum Fred., (Sloeum ifc Son), h. 1 Pine 

Sloeum Marcus (Sloctim & Son), h. 1 Pino 

Sloeum & Son, grocers, West cor- Pine 

Small Alex., employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Smith A. N. W., clerk with E. Samuel & Son 

Smith Arthur P., carpenter, li. 21 Crescent 

Smith Clias. E., polisher, V. M. Co., Center Rutland, h. 15 

Baxter st. 
Smith Chas. L., at Dunn & Cramton's, h. 11 State 
Smith Daniel Mrs,, boarding house, 23 Evelyn 
Smith Daniel, Board man hill, West Rutland 
Smith Edward T., cashier Clement National Bank, h. 28 

Washington 
Smith Ed. C, tinsmith, Dunn & Cramton, fa. 15 Baxter 
Smith Elisha, sawyer, h. 12 East 
Smith Frank, mechanic, h. 58 Kendall ave. 
Smith Frank D., Clarendon road, W. Rutland 
Smith Fred II., clerk, Dunn & Cramton, h. 17 Church 
Smith &. Farreli, hairdressers, SI Merchants row, opp. 

depot (see adv.) 



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Smith George, employed at True Blue Marble Co. 

Smith Gertrude E., clerk with C. Stearns & Co. 

Smith Guy L., clerk, Merchants Nat. Bank, fa. 7 Pleasant 

Smith Harry, chirk at Producers Marble Co. 

Smith Hiram A., supt. Sheldon & Sons' quarries, fa. Main cor. 

Clarendon avc, W. Rutland 
Smith Henry H. county clerk, h. 36 N. Main 
Smith Harry P., hairdresser, 51 Merchants row, h. 15 Baxter 
Smith James E., hairdresser, fa, 15 N. Main 
Smith James C, carpenter, h. 15 Baxter 
Smith John, moulder, h. 75 Forest 
Smith John Q., h. Clarendon road, W. Rutland 
Smith John, at Dunn & Cramton's, h. 42 Strong's avc. 
Smitli Loren, employed by Sheldon & Sous 
Smith L. A., millinery goods, 49 Center 
Smith M. J., clerk, Rut. Co. Nat. Bk., h. 39 N. Main 
Smith Peter, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Smith Patrick, employed Sheldon & Sous 
Smith R. W., foreman, V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Smith Ralph H., h. 11 State 
Smith Ransom, h. Main st., W. Rutland 
Smith Richard W., h. West Rutland 
Smith R. W., Jr., clerk, Dorset Marble Co., W. Rutland 
Smith S. E., dealer in lumber, Marble st., W. Rutland 
Smith Thos. J., watchman, House of Correction 
Smith Timothy, flagman, h. 23 Union 
Smith Warren H., attorney, h. 7 Pleasant 
Smith Wm, h. West Rutland 
Smith Wm. IP, employed True Blue Marble Co. 
Smith William, clerk, V.M. Co., bds. liRoycc 
Smith W. S. &. Co., wholesale and retail dealers in boote, 

shoes and rubbers, ^8 Merchants row 
Smith Wm. S. (Wm. S. Smith & Co.), bds. Bard well House 
Smith Wm. W., box maker, h. 7 Convent ave. 
Smyth Wm. R., clerk with Jackson & Porter 
Snow Carlos E., h. Clarendon road, W. Rutland 
Snow Chauncey, h. Elm st., W. Rutland 
Snow Clara P., widow, h. 5S Kendall ave. 
Schnider Fred., bds. 25 Meadow 
Schnider Julius, carpenter, h. 25 Meadow 



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Sodcrbcrg John, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Soulia Christopher, h. head of Woodstock ave. 

Soulier Abraio, machinist, V. M, Co., Proctor 

Southard Theodore, blacksmith, h. head of Woodstock ave. 

Southard Lent F., foreman painter, h. 44 Grove 

Sonthwiek Edward S., carpenter, h. 11 Tcrrill 

Sowlcs John J,, moulder, h. 48 Pine 

Spafford H. W„, general freight and passenger agent, B. 
tfe B. Bailway, office passenger depot, h. 2 Royce 

Sparhawk B. C. Mrs., h. 33 Grove 

Spaulding John P. (formerly of Spaulding & Chalmers), 
books, stationery, etc., 9 Merchants row, h. 11 Pleasant 

Spaulding John, hackman h. 4 Elm 

Spaulding Lois W. Miss, fa. 9 West 

Spaulding Martin, currier, h. 11 Pleasant 

Spaulding Richard M., contractor, h. 29 S. Main 

Spaulding B. W., engineer, h. 17 Williams 

Spaulding Win. H., clerk, W. C. Landon, bds. 29 S. Main 

Spear Milo, polisher, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Spear P. M. Mrs., h. 15 Washington 

Spell man John D., attorney, office 11^ Center, h. 10 Pros- 
pect 

Spell man St. Haynes, attorneys and counsellors at law 
and masters in chancery, 11£ Center 

Spellman Mary, widow, b. 65 East 

Spencer Fred C., bookkeeper, bds, 23 Grove 

Spencer A. F. Mrs., h. 23 Grove 

Spencer Ceo. B., attorney and counsellor at law and pen- 
sion attorney, office 2 Herald building, h. 23 Grove 

Spencer George I)., blacksmith, b. W. Rutland 

Spencer B. E., manager Vermont Marble Co.'s store and 
postmaster, Proctor 

Spencer L. J. Miss, milliner, 1 Merchants row 

Spooner George D., milk dealer, fa. 29 Grove 

Spring Isaiah, laborer, h. Center Butland 

Squire E. n., h. 12 Woodstock avc. 

Squiro Geo. W., employed V. M. Co., Rutland Valley 

Squires Win., mason, h. 52 Center 

Squire Jos. B., clerk, h. 25 Maple 

Srenson Benning, employed V. M. Co., W. Butland 

Stafford E. 0., clerk at Globe Hotel 



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Stafford F. W., manager Combination cash store, h. 5 Wil- 
liams 
Stafford Wm. C, upholsterer, b. 6 Evelyn 
Staley Barbara A. Mrs., h. 41 Center 
Staley Ceo. W., proprietor Globe Hotel, 32 West 
Stanley William, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Staples Minnie A. Mrs., h. 36 Elm 
Staples Geo. W., clerk, The Tuttle Co., fa. 36 Elm 
Starr Timothy, laborer, h. 38 Granger 
Start E. A., night editor, Herald, bds. Bates IIousd 
Startup W. H., foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 
State Trust Company, Clement Bank building 

Steam Stone Cutter Co., 100 West (see adv.) 

Stearns Alvin A., machinist, h. 44 Pine 

Stearns Artcmus B., upholsterer, 13 Grove, b. 42 Elm 

Steams J. W., furnittirc, carpets, oilcloth, upholstery 
goods, coffins, caskets, etc., 9 Merchants row, h. 1 Wil- 
liams 

Stearns Mary D. Mrs., h. 36 N. Main 

Stearns Myron, meat and provision market, 10 Merchants row, 
h. 16 Prospect 

Stearns Nathaniel S., deputy sheriff, office No. 5 County 
Court House, h. 88 Center 

Stearns Wm. (VI., physician and surgeon, office and resi- 
dence W. Butland. Office hours until 9 a. m., and 11 to 
1 i\ it., and after 7 r. tip, Butland office, Bicbardson's 
block, 2 to 6 i j . m. 

Sterns Chas. &. Co., dry and fancy goods, carpets and 
oilcloths, 31 Merchants row 

Stevens Frank, employed True Blue Marble Co. 

Stevens Fred. O, teamster, bds. 21 Crescent 

Stevens Henry, carpenter, h. West Butland 

Stevens John, carpenter, h. road to West Rutland 

Stevens Margaret Mrs., b. 17 Crescent 

Stevens Mary A. Miss, tailoress, 65 South 

Stevenson Michael, laborer, h. 27 Granger 

Stewart Alice E., h. 8 Elm 

Stewart Carroll L., painter, b. CO S. Main 

Stewart Ceo. \V., city hack, residence 8 Elm. Orders left 
at baggage room in depot 

Stewart Geo. W. Mrs., music teacher, h. 8 Elm 



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Stewart John M., laborer, h. 8 Elm 
Stewart Patrick Mrs., h. 16 Green 
Stewart Robert, fruit, oysters, etc., 69 Center 
Stiles Charles, farmer, Proctor 
Stiles Fremont J., clerk, h. 26 Maple 
Stiles Lovell G., machinist, h, 24 Jackson avenue 
Stiles L. M. Mrs., h. 85 Grove 

Still son Frank A., railroad news depot, no wspapers, periodi- 
cals, fruit, confectionery, cigars, tobaccos, etc., in depot, 
bds. 23 Evelyn 
Stimson Charles L., (Mansfield & Stimson), h.18 Nichols 
Stimson Elbridge, h. 18 .Nichols 
Stitt Robert, blacksmith, li. 16 Oak 
Stocker Albert, farmer, h. above Mill village 
Stock well Clarence A., tinsmith, h. 110 Forest 
Stock well Sidney P., carpenter, h. Center Rutland 
St. Croix Pbilip, carpenter, h. 19 Woodstock avc. 
St. John Brudcnt, carpenter, li. Main cor Terrill 
St. Peter Alexander, loader, V. M. Co., Proctor 
St. Peter William, employed by SheldorAfe Sons 
St. Lawrence Jeff., sawyer, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
St. Lawrence Julius, carpenter, h. 78 West 
Stoddard Wm. E., h. 110 N. Main above tannery 
Stone A. N. Mrs., tailoress at La vant ore's 
Stone Alice C. Mrs., boarding house, 18 Grove 
Stone C. E. Mrs., h. 16 Perkins ave. 
Stone Clement, 1st and 2d, at V. M. Co., West Rutland 
Stone David, cutter, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Stone Dimond, fish market, 3 Grove (see adv.) 
Stone Henry 11., bottler, h. 13 El in 
Stone Mitchell, teamster, h. Main cor. Terrill 
Stone Oliver, quarryman, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Stone Peter, carpenter, h, 23 Meadow 
Storms John D., machinist, h. 74 West 
Story Chas., proprietor of Story's vegetable kidney cure, 

h. 32 Pine 
Story William B., h. W. Rutland 
S tough ton Augustus, painter, li. 121 River 
Stratton Calvin E., mason, head of Temple 
Stratton Hiram II., h. N. Main near Mill village 
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Stratton Myron, mason, h. head of Temple 

Stratton William, li. bead of Temple 

Streepy Luther, marble cutter, bds. 9 State 

Strccter Irwin L., carpenter, bds. 15 Elm 

Strong Wm. D., employed Columbian M. Co., h. 133 West 

Sturtevant C, M., clerk, V. M. Oo.'s store, Proctor 

Sullivan Aggie O, milliner, h. 119 West 

Sullivan Arthur, marble polisher, h. 57 South 

Sullivan Dennis, West Rutland 

Sullivan Dennis J., polisher, h. 27 Meadow 

Sullivan Fred., letter carrier, h. 22 Woodstock ave 

Sullivan John, laborer, b. 4 Allen above R. R, crossing 

Sullivan Margaret Mrs., widow, h. 57 South 

Sullivan John M., employed V, M. Co., West Rutland 

Sullivan Mary E., milliner, 26 Merchants row, h. 119 West 

Sullivan Patrick, employed at Valido Marble Co. 

Sullivan Patrick D,, laborer, h. 117 West 

Sullivan Patrick F., h. Hopkins cor. Strong's ave. 

Sullivan Patrick J., bookbinder, The Tuttle Co., h. 57 South 

Sullivan Timothy, janitor high school, h. 22 Woodstock avo. 

Sullivan William, quarryman, Rutland Valley 

Supple Patrick, trackman, h. 52 River 

Snrman Godfrey, cigar maker with A. H. Abraham 

Surrey Henry B,, foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swain Helen M. Mrs., li. 8 Forest 

Swan Horace, insurance, li. 60 Pine 

Swanson A., laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swanson Daniel, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Swanson John 1st, saw setter, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Sweat Isaac A., carpenter, h. 77 S. Main 

Sweeny Ed. and Michael, bd. 56 S. Main 

Sweeny James, hostler, h. 36 State 

Sweeny James, machinist, b. 19 Engrein ave. 

Sweeny John Mrs., h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 

Sweeny Jeremiah E., coper, V. M. Co., Center But! and 

Sweeny Michael, machinist, bds. Brock House 

Sweeny Timothy, carpenter, h. 9 Elm ' 

Swinington Fred G., attorney, Herald building, h. 41 ~N. 

Main 
Sylvester Pierre N., h. 36 Strong's ave. 

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Tait John F., machinist, li. 32 Howe 

Talbot William, Jr., laborer, h. 13* Merchants row 

Talbot William, laborer, h, 13$ Merchants row 

Talbot James, stone cutter, h. 9 Meadow 

Tatro Edward, at Steam Stone Gutter Co. 

Tatro Frank, machinist, Howe Scale Co., li 61 Forest 

Tatro Frederick, boiler maker, h. 7 Elm 

Tatro John, painter, h. 20 Meadow 

Tatrean J. B., blacksmith, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Taylor Alfred, laborer, ii. 1 High 

Taylor B. F., foreman, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Taylor Chas. M. Mrs., nurse, h. 65 Wales 

Taylor George R., meat market, Proetor 

Taylor Harriet Mrs., h. 22 Royee 

Taylor Henry, wood turner, bds. Droek House 

Taylor James, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Taylor John D., earpenter and builder, Ho\re 

Taylor Marshall B., machinist, h. 14 Royce 

Taylor Win, teamster, h. head of Woodstock ave 
Taylor Win, blacksmith, h. U Madison 

Teba properly spelled Thibault {which see) 

Teclm Thos., employed Dorset Marble Co., W Rutland 

Temple Edward L. (Burnbam^ Temple), and treasurer 

Marble Savings Rank, h. 48 N. Main 
Temple Hiram, farmer, h. 25 Summer 
Temple J C, foreman at Ripley Sons, h. 9 Summer 
Temple Plmey E., bds. with A. Pike 
Tcnniff J. M., employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
lennian Thomas, quarryman, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
lenman William, employed at True Blue Marble Co 
Ten mar T. F., h. W. Rutland 
Terrill Samuel & Son, carriagemakers, blacksmiths and 

horseshoers, West cor. Wales, h. 5 Tcrrill 
Terrill Wm. S., (Samuel Terrill & Son), b. 3 Church 
lerrill Abner J., machinist, h. 5 Summer 
Tcrrill V. C. Mies, b. 5 Terrill 
Tew Joseph H., telegrapher, bds. 154. Center 
Thayer Geo. F., mechanic, h. ai Crescent 
Ihibadcau Alexander, teamster, Davis' brick yard 



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Thibadeau Joseph, h. near Davis' brick yard 
Thibadcau Joseph H., chairnmker, h. 104 West 
Tlii ba ult Andrew and James, employed at Shehlons' 
Thibault David, h. West St., C. Rutland 
Thibault M. A., salesman for Sawyer & Co. 
Thibault Mark, bookkeeper, bds. Brock House 
Thibault S. fl., hairdresser at 12 Center 
Thomas Benjamin, employed by Sheldon & Suns 
Thomas B. H., machinist, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Thomas Charles, salesman at 47 Merchants row 
Thomas E. J., clerk, Y. M. Oo.'s store, Proctor 
Thomas Eugene, farmer, Pittsford road, above Mill village 
Thomas Francis J., carpenter, h. 1 Pine 

Thomas Merritt, farmer, h. off Pittsford road, above Mill vil- 
lage 
Thomas Geo. W., laborer, h. 7 Wales 
Thomas John, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proetor 
Thomas John L., foreman, West Rutland 
Thomas Robt. B., salesman at 47 Merchants row 
Thomas William, laborer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Thomson J. E., physician and surgeon, office 15 Washington, 

h. 60 Wales 
Thomson Albin L., h. Main below fair ground 
Thompson A. B., employed Howe Scale Co., h. &2 Forest 
Thompson Chas. A., foreman, Clarendon ave., W. Rutland, 
Thompson Edwin J., h. east of Mill village 
Thompson Geo., general repairing, b. 60 Wales 
Thompson Harry J., clerk for E. C. Lewis 
Thompson John H., truckman, h. 53 Pine 
Thompson John W., baker and grocer, Grove near West, h. 

West cor. Grove 
Thompson Frank and Michael, mechanics, bd. 49 Forest 
Thompson Mary Mrs., h. 40 Forest 
Thornton Andrew, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Thornton Abel, h. Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Thornton Edward, employed Yalido Marble Co. 
Thornton James, h. Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 
Thornton Jeremiah C, farmer, Mendon road 
Thornton M. K. Miss, millinery and fancy goods, 13 Wash- 
ington 
Thrall Geo, C, farmer, h. 04 N. Main 



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Thrall Jesse G., h. 15 Woodstock ave 

Tin-all Mary Mrs., widow, h. U N. Main, aged 85 years 

T brail Reuben R., lawyer, bds. with Fred. Chaffee 

I hrall Rollm C. ; farmer, Ik Pleasant st, W. Rutland 

thrall ¥a B., engineer, h. 15 Woodstock ave. 

Thrall Wm. A. (Parker & Thrall), h. Pleasant st., West Rut- 

land 
Tierney Michael, h. Cram ton ave. 
Tierney Patrick Mrs., h. 52 River 
Tiffany Dennis and Patrick, employed at Sheldon's 
liftault Joseph, quarryman for Sheldon & Sons 
Tighe Edward M„ mechanic, bds. 43 State 
Tiguc John, marble cutter, b. West Rutland 
Tigue Patrick, employed Sheldon & Sons > 

Tijson J E (Yan Doom & Tilson), b. 7 Prospect 

Tim Wallerstein & Co., shirt manufacturers, office and 
factory 2 Willow 

Timbers Patrick, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Timbers Win, teamster, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Titcomb John W., clerk, Howe Scale Co., h. 20 S. Main 

.1 odd O. it., painter, h. Cold river road 

Todd Horace, dining hall and oyster house, dealer in fiue eon- 

tectioncry, cigars, tobacco, etc., 37 Center 
I odd James, machinist, li. 40 S. Main 
Todd John F., huckster, h. 27 Woodstock ave. 

T 5-jd ' Wicr ' h ' Mai » below K. R. erossin" 

Todd R. E. hvcry and horse clipping, clipping horses a 

specialty, 37 Center ' ' to 

Toohey Bessie L. : teacher, h. hi Strong's ave 
loomey John, laborer, 114 Forest 
Toomey Kate, chambermaid at Bates House 
Toomey Michael, laborer, h. 7 Allen near R R 
Toomey Patrick, laborer, h. 8 Allen near R. R 
Tossing Hattie E., bookkeeper, Van Doom & Tilson 
lossing Matthias, gardener, h. 25 Washington 
1 ower Geo. W. Mrs., h. 29 Jackson ave. 
Tower George, cutter, V. M. Co., Center Rutland 
lower Horace H., brick walk layer, b, 1 Ed son 
Tower George W., stone cutter, h. rear gas house 
lower Joseph, farmer, h. Cold river road 
Tower W. W., flagging, bricklaying, etc., h. 1 Edson 



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Town send Charles C, dealer in furniture, feathers, 
mattresses, curtains and fixtures, upholstering, etc., 44 
Centre nearly opposite Berwick House, b. 6 Church 

Traitior Patrick, employed True Blue Marble Co. 

Travers John, laborer, h. 6 Meadow 

Traynor William, employed at Ripley Sons 

Tree James, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Tree Michael, polisher, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 

Tremayne E., agent V. M. Co.'s store, W. Rutland 

Trombley E liner, clerk, Gossclin & Poulin 

True Blue Marble Co., wholesale dealers in block, 
sawed and finished marble, W. Rutland, office 61 Mer- 
chants Row (see adv.) 

Tia'ts Chas. II., engineer, ii. 7 Terrill 

Tuggcy Noah, machinist, h, t Green 

Ttiggey Win., machinist, Pleasant st., W. Rutland 

Tuliper Ed -1 ard, engineei', h. Main cor. West 

Tulley Thos. C, stone cutter, Clark Bros., h. 74 S. Main 

Tully Tliomas, laborer, h. 33 Strong's ave. 

Turnelle Albert, sawyer, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Turner Chas. E., bookkeeper, Y. M. Co., h. 16 Church 

Turner M. G, clerk, h. 6 Park ave. 

Turrill Henry, dentist, 17 Merchants Row, h. 41 S. Main 

Tuttle Albert H. (Tuttle & McKeogh), and treas. Rut- 
land Street Railway, h. 20 Washington 

Tuttle Co. (The), booksellers, stationers, book and job 
printers and binders, also stationers and official printers 
to the State of Ycrmout, 11 and 13 Center (see ad vs.) 

Tuttle Egbert C, treasurer The Tuttle Co., h. 2 Nick- 
waekett 

Tuttle Fred. G., sec'y The Tuttle Co., h. 34 Washington 

Tuttle Geo. A. Mrs., li. 34 Washington 

Tuttle Geo. D., b. 20 Washington 

Tuttle Harley C, president The Tuttle Co., bds. Bates 
Plouse 

Tuttle Henry D., carpenter, h. Main st., W. Rutland 

Tuttle H. E., treasurer, Rutland Cracker Co., 2 Evelyn 
cor. West, li, 9 Grant ave. (see adv.) 

Tuttle John S., president Rutland Cracker Co., h. Clarendon 
ave., W. Rutland 



Use " Royal " Lead Pencils, 

Only 40 (Mint* per ilofteu. 



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Tuttle &. McKeogh, commission brokers in stocks, oil 

and provisions, office 7£ Center (sec adv.) 
Tuttle Mary A. Mrs., h. 6 Elm 
Twombly Elmer, clerk, bds. Brock House 
Tyler Bridget, domestic, Farmers Hotel 
Tyler Edward, clerk, bds. Barnes House, W. Rutland 
Tyler Edward B., clerk, Murphy's drug store, W. Rutland 
Tyler ¥m. 0. Mrs., h. 1 Strong's ave. 
Tyler Shubal, blacksmith, b. 10 Park ave 
Tyrrell Abner T., machinist, V. M. Co., h. 5 Summer 
Tyrrell Oiias. II., machinist, V. M. Co., b. 5 SumWeji 
Tyrrell Fred T., watchmaker aud jeweller, h. 27 West 

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Ulrickson Otto, mechanic, V, M. Co., Proctor 

Underbill Cbas, F., engineer, h. 8 Pine 

Underbill Geo. C. ; supt. True Blue Marble Co., bds. Bardwell 

House 
Union Pacific Tea Co., T. J. Moore manager, S Mer- 

cbaiits row (sec adv.) 
United States aud Canada Express, in depot 

V 

Vadeboneocur E. D., manager baseball, bds. Brock House 

Vail Cbas. B., b. 17 S. Main 

Valentine Hannah and Rebecca, Richardson's block 

Valido Marble Co., West Rutland (office Fair Haven) 

Valiquette Alexander, carpenter, b. 59 West 

Valiquette Benj., h. 59 West 

Valiquette Carrie Miss, The Tuttle Co's book bindery 

Valiquette Bros., boots, shoes, leather and findings, 13 

Merchants row 
Valiquette Edward A., plumber, steam and gas fitter, 26 

Merchants row, h. 16 Maple (sec adv.) 
Valiquette G. Mrs., h. ]2 Maple cor. Pine 
Valiquette George J., clerk, Valiquette Bros., bds. Berwick 

II ouse 
Valiquette John Mrs., h. 15 Willow 
Valiquette Louis 11. , mechanic, h. 59 West 
Valiquette Lonis, boots and shoes, custom work a specialty, 

1'6 Merchants row, h. 27 Piue 



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Valiquette Louis, Jr. (Valiquette Bros.), b. 5 Prospect 

Valiquette Mary E. Miss, at Berwick House 

Valiquette Maximo, employed at Berwick House 

Valiquette Wm. H-, proprietor Berwick House 

Valiquette William, shoemaker, b. West Rutland 

Valliere, Anton, h. opp. depot, West Rutland 

Valliere Ephraim, shoemaker, opp. depot, West Rutland 

Valliere Louis, quarry man, h. West Rutland 

Van Busk irk B. W. T manager Commercial Union Tele- 
graph Co., Bardwell block, Merchants row 

VanDoom & Tilson, jobbers and dealers in crockery, 
paper hangings, etc., 27 Merchants row (sec adv.) 

Vaughan Fayette, dealer in choice family groceries, pro- 
visions, meal, feed and the finest brands of St. Lonis 
flour, Main cor. West, b. 5J4 N. Main 

Vaughan Frank U, livery and boarding stable, S West, b. 
23 N, Main 

Vcazey W. G., judge of Supreme Court, h. 12 Pleasant 

Verdcr Daniel Mrs., h. Grove st. near village limits 

Verdcr Geo. H., baker, Lyon's bakery, b. 17 Grove 

Verdcr H. L., h. 12 Prospect 

Vermont Beef Co., G. L. Bassett manager, Merchants 
row opp. Bardwell House 

Vermont House of Correction, Geo. N. Eayres, supt, State 
near junction of West 

Vermont Marble Co., Center Rutland, West Rutland 
and Proctor, business offices in Proctor 

Veronnean Napoleon, hairdresser, h. 46 Center 

Viall Fred L., clerk for Higgins, Greene & Hyde 

Vignaux Frank, laborer, h. West Rutland 

Vincent Fred N., bds. 7 West 

Vincent Joseph, h. Pino st. 

Vincent Joseph O. Mrs., h. 7 West 

Vincent Minnie, h. 100 West 

Vistione C, machinist, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Vizina Edmond, painter h. 115 West 

Vizzo Berthelo, employed V. M. Co., Proctor 

Voght II. J., foreman finisher, True Blue Marble Co. 

Vogbt Joseph, foreman, True Blue Marble Co., W. Rutland- 
Vol pi A. and G., marble cutters, Proctor 

Volz II. C, shoemaker, b. 19 Wales 



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TAR WO&BM A-TIXiMKtV 9 

27 MERCHANTS ROW. 

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SILVER AND SILVER PLATED WARE 

is here kept in Large Taristy, in all kinds of Table Ware as well as in 
Ornamental Pieces. In 

SPARER • HANGINGS,*** 

So store outside the large cities shows a larger or Finer Variety, A spec- 
ialty is also made in the sale of 



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With a Large Stock always on hand. 

House Furnishing Goods, Stone Ware, Marble 

Mantels, Japanese Carpetting, Vases 

and Fancy Goods. 

ALWAYS BARGAINS 

AT ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES. 
Examination Solicited. 

VAN DOORN & TILSON. 
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Yondcfcte Aldaee, laborer, h. Main st., W. Rutland 
Yondette Napoleon, employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Yondette Napoleon, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Yose Pliny, farmer, h. Pittsford road, Mill village 

Wade F. J., salesman, E. D. lveycs & Co., h.fi Cottage 

Wagner Henry, cigar maker, P. O. address Rutland 

Waite Arnold P., h. 20 North 

Waite Barnet, salesman with Bardy & Babbitt 

Walker Aldaee F., attorney, Herald building, h* 21 Cottage 

Walker James, quarry man, V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Walker John, railroad man, bds. 12 Evelyn 

Walker John F., hairdresser, 13 Merchants row 

AValker Lewis M., farmer, h. Cold river road 

Walker Norris, foreman of True Blue M. Co., W. Rutland 

Walker Sarah Mrs., h. 1. Gibson ave. 

Walker Wm. C, carpenter, h. (52 East 

Wallace Michael, employed Lyman Strong Co. 

Wallace P. H., employed at Dorset Marble Co.'s mill 

Wallett Adolf and Felix, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Wallett Jos. and Nelson, Y. M, Co., Proctor 

Wallett Tufrield, teamster, Y. M. Co. Proctor 

Walsh James, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Walsh John, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Walsh Michael R., moulder, h. 115 Forest 

Walsh William, grocer, Marble st., W. Rutland 

Walsh Wm. H., marble cutter, h. T6 Forest 

Walters Tlios. A., grocer and baker, h. 38 Forest 

Ward Chas. W., drug clerk with E. C. Lewis 

Ward Artemus, h. Main st., W. Rutland 

Ward Asahel W., mechanic, h. Main st., W. Rutland 

Ward E. J., clerk, h. 11 Pine 

Ward Henry J., mechanic, h. 11 Pine 

Ward James, moulder, h. 79 River 

Ward John, employed Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Ward Lorenzo, mechanic, h. W. Rutland 

Ward Luke Mrs., h. Pleasant st., W. Rutland 

Ward Silas, laborer, W. Rutland Marble Co. 



Ward well Edward F, 



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1 Grant ave. 



Ward well Ciias. S., fireman, h. 1 Grant ave. 



Wedding Stationery, 



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Ward well Amos E., carpenter, h. 13 Mineral 

Wardwell Emma E., teacher, li. 7 Grant ave. 

Wardwell Geo., farmer, off head of Allen 

Ward We 1 1 C. J., superintendent Steam Stone cutter Co., 

h. 31 Grove 
Ward well Win. J., carpenter, ]>. 7 Grant ave. 
Wardwell William S., carpenter, li. 7 Grant ave. 
Ware A. J., employed by Sheldon & Sons 
Ware Mary Mrs., h. N. Main near ice house 
Ware Ellen C. Mrs., 1). 9 Cherry 
Warner B. A, Mrs., domestic bakery, 33 Center 
Warner D. S., supt. of cliair department, Chas. P. Harris 

M'fg Co., h. 1 Church 
Warner E. C., farmer, h. Proctor 

Warner Frank M., pattern maker, h. 12 Merchants row 
Warner Myron C, foreman carpenter, Y. M. Co., Proctor 
Warner Wm. S., tinsmith, h. 42 Forest 
Warner Z. C, salesman, Prod. M. Co., h. 8 Nichols 
Waters George, mason, h. 82 N. Main 




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Christmas and Diew Ijcar dards, 

NOVELTIES AND BOOKLETS. 

BRANCH OFFICES: 
NEW YORK. CHICAGO. BOSTON 

THE TUTTLE COMPANY, 11 and 13 Center Street, RUTLAND, VT., 
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENTS. 

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Waters James, employed True Bine Marble Co. 

Waters Michael, laborer, h. 40 Granger 

Waters Patrick, empbyed True Bine Marble Co. 

Watkins A. 8., b. West St., below Columbian Marble Co. 

Watkins F. W-, clothing hats, caps, boots, shoes, 37 Mer- 
chants row, bds. 40 Grove 

Watkins Harley Mrs., h. 40 Grove 

Watkins Harley C, carpenter, bds. A. S. Watkins 

Watkins Rollin II. (Adams & Watkins), li. Marble st,, W. 
Rutland 

Watkins V. L., upholsterer, li. 54 West 

Watson Elmira Miss, at 6 Lincoln ave. 

Watson Frank, baggage master, h. 102 River 

Watts Agnes A. Miss, dressmaker, h. 1 Merchants row 

Watts Arthur D., clerk P. O., h. H Merchants row 

Watts Chas. L., harnessmaker, 15 Church 

Watts S. G. Mrs., h. 1£ Merchants row 

Weatherhead Fred. 8., photographer for C. W. Nichols 

Weatherly C. E., h. 15 Cottage 

Webster Edward II., foreman of machine shop, Howe hcale 
Co., h. 7 Engrem ave. 

Wel)stcr James E., h. Forest cor. School 

Webster Lewis P., mechanic, h. 1 Allen 

Weed Mary E. Mrs., h. 26 N. Main 

Weeks Newman, insurance, real estate and western rail- 
road ticket agency, office Putnam & Sawyer's block, li. 
10 Church (see adv.) 
Weinley George, brass polisher, h. 5 Pearl 
Weisbach George, laundry, 7 Grove, h. 46 Pine 
Welch Edward D., conductor, h. 76 Forest 
Welch Edward, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Welch Frank H., marble worker, h. 07 Grove 
Welch Isaac, teamster. Main cor. Terr ill 
Welch James 1st, mechanic, bds. Brock House 
Welch James 2d, mechanic, h. 44 Woodstock ave. 
Welch John, blacksmith, h. 49 River 
Welch John, coal dealer, 87 West, h. 00 Forest 
Welch John, blacksmith, h. Elm st., W. Rutland 
Welch John and Michael, Dorset Marble Co. 
Welch Joseph, shoemaker, h. W. Rutland 
Welch Michael, laborer, h. 114 Forest 



Marble City Writing Paper, 



Elegant and low-priced. Manufactured 

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Welch Michael, laborer, h. Allen near R R crossing 

Welch Mary, h. head of Green 

Welch Thos. laborer, h. 13 South 

Wellcr O. N., marble cutter, Ms. 43 State 

Wells Joseph, quarry man, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Weseott Mary, dressmaker for Lon Earle 

West Ohas. H., teller Merchants Nat. Bank, h. 4 Cottage 

West Martin, blacksmith, h. 27 Baxter 

West S. G., employed Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 

Wetlicrbee Fred. F., brakoman, h. 7 West 

Wethorbee L. L. Mrs., h. 7 West 

Wetmore Ezra J., painter, Main St., W. Rutland 

Wetmore James, employed by Lyman Strong Co, 

Wetterland Peter, sawyer, V". M. Co., C. Rutland 

Wheeler Bros., dealers in general merchandise, Main St., 
West Rutland (see adv.) 

Wheeler Franklin L. (Wheeler Bros.), h. Clarendon ave., West 
Rutland 

Wheeler F. H, watches, jewelry and silverware, 25 Mer- 
chants row, h. 23 Crescent st. 

Wheeler Fred. A., clerk for F. H. Wheeler, h. 23 Crescent st. 

Wheeler M. J. Miss, teacher of piano and organ, bds. Ber- 
wick House 

Wheeler &. Sheldon, wholesale donlcj-e in fertilizers, 
office 7 Cottage 

Wheeler M. E. (Wheeler & Sheldon), h. 7 Cottage 

Wheeler Timothy B. (Wheeler Bros.), h. Clarendon ave., West 
Rutland 

Wheeler Win. W. (Wheeler Bros.), b. Main st,,West Rutland 

Wheeler & Wilson M'f'g Co., 69 Center 

W hi ley E. C, fashionable hair-dressing rooms, 13 Washing- 
ton, h, 23 Franklin 

Wlntaker E. S., mechanic, li. 10 Boyce 

Whitaker Mary E. Mrs., h. 74 West 

Whitcomb Ephraim, teamster, Keyes & Co., h, 10 Forest 

Whitcomb Eugene G., tinsmith, h. 50 Kendall ave. 

Whitcomb Ledru R., slater, li. Brown st. 

Whitcomb Lysander L., carpenter, h. 38 Meadow 

W T hiteomb V. W., bookkeeper, The Tattle Co., h. 40 Elm 

Whitcomb W. L., clerk for W. J. Dolan 

Whitcomb Wm. M., h. rear 8 Willow 



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White Alonzo, grocer, 39 Center, h. 9 Church 

White Albert A., mason, h. 17 Lincoln ave. 

White A. N., clerk, Prod. M. Co., h. 1 Niekwackctt 

White A. P., carpenter, h. 28 Park 

White Allen W., carpenter, h. Kendall ave. cor. Lincoln ave. 

White C. C. Mrs., widow, h. 15 Grove 

White Chas. F., h. 38 Church 

White D. M. Lumber Co., dealer in lumber, paints, 

flour and grain, Strong's ave. (see adv.) 
White D. M. (D. M. White Lumber Co.), and (Rutland Boiler 

Works), h. 28 S. Main 
White Erwin, watchmaker and jeweler, 17 Center, rooms 

21i Center (sec adv.) 
White ElwinH., watchmaker, 6 Main St., h. 4 Main, W. 

Rutland 
White Frank, laborer, bds. Brock House 

White G. B„ store clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 

White Geo. F. (White Bros.), b. 92 Center 

White Ira P., carpenter, h. 48 Kendall ave. 

White Kneel and C, scalcmaker at Howe scale works 

White Levi R., fa. 9 Crescent 

White Patrick, laborer, h. W. Rutland 

White Patrick, sawyer, V. M, Co., Proctor 

White Sewing Machines, Mrs. G. D. Buckmuu, 6 Maple 

White Stillman C, h. 15 N. Main 

White Wallace W. (Lincoln & White), h. Chittenden road 

Whitney Hannibal P., carpenter, h. 13 Woodstock ave. 

Whitehcmse Chas., foreman, h. 77 River 

Whiting Abraham W., h. east of Mill village 

Whitman A. D., machinist, h. 29 State 

Whitney Hiram, h. 20 Madison 

Whitney Samuel P., h. 25 Grove 

Whitney Sanford M., conductor, C. Y. R. R., fa, 20 Madison 

Whittaker E. S-, deputy sheriff, office County Court 
House, h. 10 Royce ave. 

Whittier Harry B., salesman, Smith & Co., h, 60 Wales 

Wickham Earle D., clerk for W. J. Dolan 

Wiekham R. C, express driver, h. 11 Royee ave. 

Widmcr Fred. Rev., pastor Methodist eh., h. 68 West 



OFFICE STATIONERY, 



Everything needed by Mercliants, Da tike rs 
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Wiener L., manager anti-monopoly clothing house, 49 Mer- 
chants row 

Wilcox Barney, tray, agent, li. 31 S. Main 

Wilcox O.D., teamster, Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Wilcox Win. R„ li. 12 Pine 

Wilder Bradley A., printer, The Tattle Co. 

Wilkins Hosca Mrs., h. Men don road 

Wilkins Leverett, h. 2 Cliestnut ave. 

Wilkins W. W., supt. sawing, Y. M. Co., Proctor 

Wilkinson Chas., quarry man, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Wilkinson Don A., h. 6 Cottage 

Wilkinson Frank A., employed by Sheldon & Sons 

Wilkinson John, laborer, h, 21 Meadow 

Wilkinson 0. A., li. West Rutland 

Wilkinson* Warren, Clarendon ave., West Rutland 

Willard David, teamster, Y. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Willard Jos. M., employed V. M. Co., C. Rutland 

Willard N. C, hairdresser, 12 Center, h. 8 West 

Willett Joseph, farmer, h. 7 North 

Williams Alvin H., carpenter, h. 66 West 

Williams Cato, laborer, h. head of Woodstock ave. 

Williams Cyrus, laborer, h. 46 Woodstock ave. 

Williams Edgar A., teamster, h. 51 Elm 

Williams George F., farmer, h. north of Mill village 

Williams Herbert W,, teamster, bds 10 Willow 

Williams James H., pros. Howe Scale Co. 

Williams John, laborer, h. 40 Wales 

Williams John W., farmer, h, 38 Wales 

Williams Levi L., fanner, h. 6 Orescent 

Williams Lucy Mrs., head of Woodstock ave. 

Williams Moses, laborer, li. N. Main near ice house 

Williams Othniel, carpenter, b. 66 West 

Williams Rail, north of Mill village 

Williams S. P., carpet cleaning and feather 

and manufacturer of bee hives and bee keepers' supplies 
and packing boxes, 10 Baxter, h. 101 West (see adv.) 

Williams Wilmot L., teamster, h. 10 Willow 

Willis Charles F., farmer, h. Woodstock ave. 

Willis George, real estate, h. 4 Maple 

Willis Le Roy M., salesman with Jackson & Porter 

Wihnan George J., mechanic, h. 25 Franklin 



renovating, 



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PAPER, PRINTING, 
HOOKS. 

. 0?NT15K Sthp.et. 



Wilmot Alph, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Wilson E. R. Mrs., boarding, 25£ Center 

Wilson Frank L., h. 10 Gibson ave. 

Wilson Frederick, fireman, b. 5S State 

Wilson Georgia, a. B, Granger 

Wilson Jas., section boss, bds. 99 West 

Wilson Timothy, yard master, bds. 99 West 

Wilson William, laborer, h. 20 Wales 

Willson S. M. T agent of D. & H. Canal Co., office in depot, 

bds. 51 Grove 
Willson Z. Y. K. Mrs., h. 51 Grove 
Wiltsie E. D., machinist, h. 24 Elm 
Winchester H. E. Mrs., h. B5 S, Main 
Wiener Louis, ass't manager for E. Samuel & Son 
Winn Anna and Bridget, h. 2 Meadow 
Winn, see also Wynn. 
Winn Kate Mrs., h. 2 Meadow 
Winn J. Morgan, mechanic, h. 12 Crescent 
Winn Thomas, h. 9 Franklin 
Winne George, laborer, h. 9S West 
Winslow James D., draughtsman, h. 52 Washington 
Winters Chas. H., wholesale and retail dealer, oysters, 

fruits, vegetables, etc., 21 Wales, h. 15 Engrem ave. 
Winters John Mrs., h. 87 S. Main 
Winters Thomas, laborer, h. head of Green 
Wizzell Frank, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Wolfcnden A. A., cutter, Y. M. Co., Center Rutland 
Wood Charles W., carpenter, h. rear 27 Crescent 
Wood Edward S., conductor, h. '6 Court 
Wood Elbridge H., tinsmith and jobbing of all kinds, 4 

Court square (see adv.) 
Wood Edgar IL, nickel plater, b. 55 Kendall ave 
Wood Edward D., laborer, h. Center Rutland 
Wood Eli H,, pianos and organs, 22 Elm (see adv.) 
Wood Franklin, plumber, 4 Court Square 
Wood Joseph, quarryman, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Wood Jos. B., laborer, h, rear 27 Crescent 
Wood Frank, quarryman, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Wood Samuel, employed Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Wood Walter O, h. 24 Gibson ave 
Wood Walter E.. farmer, h, east of Mill village 



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AND UNIQUE FOUNTAIN PENS, 



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Wood Trtiffloy, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Woods Harvey, farmer, b. Cold river road 
Woodbury C. A., machinist, b. 19 Park ave. 
Woodfin John N. (Gilson & Woodfin), h. 6 Pleasant 

Woodhouse Charles, physician, b. 39 Grove 



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Wood house George W., bookkeeper, b. 16 Summer 
Woodruff 13. F., bookkeeper, Columbian Marble Co., bds, 133 

West 
Woodruff E. M., b. road to Wallingford 
Woodruff Hannibal, b. S. Main near Clarendon line 
Woodward Adrian T., policeman, h. 7 Jackson avc. 
Woodward Curtis S., machinist, b. 26 Plain 
Woodward M. R., clerk, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Woodward W. II,, b. Clarendon avc, W. Rutland 
Woolley B. H., drug store, 13 Wasbington, li. Main cor. 

Strong's avc. (sec adv.) 
Woolley Joseph, b. S. Main cor. Strong's ave. (aged 92 years.) 
Woolley Harry, clerk with E. Samuel & Son 
Woolley J. P. Dr., h. Main cor. Strong's ave, 
Wooster Mary Miss, bds. 8 Church 

WQOSter Orlando, storekeeper, C. V. R. R., b. 8 Church 
Wooster Sophia Miss, bds. 8 Church 
Worden E. D,, printer, Pelton's, bds. 15 Elm 
Worthen John, teamster, b. 9 Tcrrill 
Worthington Frank E., telegrapher, W. U., h. 10 Maple 
Wortbington Sarah L. Mrs., telegrapher, h. 10 West 
Wrangbam T. J., marble cutter, b. 124 West 
Wright Caroline Mrs., h. 17 Crescent 
Wright Chas. E., marble worker, h. C. Rutland 
Wright T. C, finisher for Sheldon & Sons 
Wriglit Walter S., carpenter, h, 2 Park 
Wylic William, laborer, V. M. Co., Proctor 
Wyman Milton M., conductor, b. 22 West 
Wynn Joseph, clerk, h. 10 State 
Wynn Barney, billiard parlor, 25£ Center, li. 1 Howe 



Yale Will M., carpenter, h. 10 Crescent 

Yando Joseph, teamster, V. M. Co., Proctor 

Yando Louis, employed Y, M. Co., Proctor 

Y'arrington Horace E., sealer, h. 34 Chnrcli 

Yates Roscoe, employed Vermont Marble Co , Proctor 

Yott Alexis, carpenter, h. 17 Maple 

Yong Chas., machinist, Y. M. Co., W. Rutland 

Young Chas., moulder, h. 90 Forest 

Albums, Holiday Goods, Miscellaneous Books, 



and Books in sets at New York prices. 



THE TITTLE CO., ir and 13 Center St 



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Young Elby W., coal, h. Clarendon ave. 3 W. Rutland 
Young Geo. L., mason, h. 3 Jackson ave. 
Young John, employed V. M. Co., W. Rutland 
Young Marcelle, employed by V. M. Co., W. Bntlafld 
Young Oscar D., farmer, Clarendon five, W. Rutland 
Young William W., mason, h. 11 Engrem ave. 
Young Win. Burt, mason, h. 11 Engrem ave. 



Zephyr Matthew, h. 71 Granger 



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Gold Papers at 25 and 35 cents a Roll. 

White Blanks at 11 cents a Roll. 
French Grounds at 18 cents a Roll. 

Brown Blanks at 74 cents a Roll. 

Hem n ants for one or two rooms id all above grades at a sacrifice. 

If jo n do not wish to paper for a year it will pay 

you to buy now and keep over. 

Marble (My Mills Writing Paper. Engraved or Printed Wedding Station- 
ery. Books in Sets.— Eliot, 8 Vote., |5.75; Waverly, 13 Vols., 
$8.25. 40 other Sets Cheap. Whiting's Fine Stationery. 
Photograph Albums. Paper in Pads. Family 
Bibles. Jtoyal Pencils only 40 cts. a dot. 

GOLD PENS AND FANCY GOODS- 
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AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Chatter ton J. II. , 32 Washington (see page 20) 
Landon W. C, Freight cor. Evelyn (see page 20) 

ARCHITECTS. 

Randall J. J. R., office 7 Center (see page 24) 
Lyman Milo, 10 Chestnut ave. 

ART NEEDLEWORK AND STAMPING. 
Meriiam E. N., 15 Merchants row (see page 154) 

BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. 

Clarcy J. II. , 92 West 

lloadley Leonard J., W. Rutland 

Lyon's Steam Bakery, Center cor. Wales 

Rutland Cracker Co., 2 Evelyn (see page 36) 

Thompson John W., Grove near West 

Warner B. A., 33 Center 

BAZAAR. 

Mercuro tfe Co. (Rutland Bazaar), 51 Merchants row, opp. 
depot (sec colored page) 

COMMISSION BROKERS. 
Tattle & McHteogl), 7£ Center (see page 44) 

BEE HIVES AND BEE KEEPERS' SUPPLIES. 
Williams S. P., 10 Baxter (sec page 14) 

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BILLIAKD PARLORS. 

Bates House, Merchants row, opp. depot (sec page 50) 
Bard well House, Merchants row, opp. depot (seepage 28) 
Kidder A. A., Marble st., W. Rutland 
Wynn B., 25$ Center 

BLACKSMITHS AND HORSESHOERS. 
Austin Joseph (horseshoeing a specialty), 75 West (see page 6 
Duffy & Launiere, Main st., W. Rutland (see page 08) 
Gibson Joseph E., Ten-ill st. 
Long C. L , 36 Wales 

Laporte J., Ten-ill cor. Main (sec page 70) 
Miner L. & Son, 69 West (see page 40) 
Mullin Michael, Strong's ave. cor. Roycc (see page 34) 
Premo Levi, Wales cor. Willow 
Spencer Geo. D., Main st., W. Rutland 
Ten-ill Samuel &: Son, West cor. Wales 
Cameron William, Center Rutland 

BOILERMAKERS AND MACHINISTS. 
Rutland Boiler Works, West cor. Forest 

BOOKBINDERS AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS. 

Fay James J., 59 Merchants row 

Sawyer H. A. & Co., 63 Merchants row 

The Tuttle Co., 11 and 13 Center (see bottom lines 

book) 

BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 
Chalmers Geo. E., 30 Merchants row (see page 158) 
Sawyer H. A. & Co., 59 Merchants row 
Spaulding John P., 9 Merchants row 
The Tuttle Co., 11 and 13 Center (see bottom lines through 

book 

BOOT AND SHOE STORES. 

Bowtell Samuel & Son, 55 Center 
Green Louis V., 19 Center (see page 115) 
Houghton L. S., Merchants row (see page 12fc) 
Ross Warren E., 3 Merchants row (see page 62) 
Smith W. S. & Co., 28 Merchants row 
Valiquette Bros., 13 Merchants row 
Watkins F. W., 37 Merchants row 



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BRASS AND IRON FOUNDERS. 

Lincoln Iron Works, 102 West (see colored page) 

Mansfield & Stimson, Union 

Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. (see colored page) 

BRICK MANUFACTURERS. 

Davis A. F., Park street 

BUILDING PAPERS. 

Irving' s Patent Waterproof, Chas. P. Harris M'f'g Co,, Fur- 
nace street (see colored leaf) 
Sawyer H. A. & Co., 59 Merchants row 
The Tuttle Company, 11 and 13 Center st. 

BUTTON MANUFACTURERS. 
Gay, Kimball & Gay, West cor. Forest 

CARBONIZED SEWER AND DRAIN PIPE. 
Post J. E., River st., near freight depot (see page 32) 

CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. 

Brown Geo. F., 10 Nichols 

Daniels Frank, 103 Forest 

Dearborn O. B., 21£ Center 

Edson M. & H. O., 45 'West 

Edson A. B., 32 Church 

Hudson Norman, Elm cor. Williams 

Hutchinson J. & A. F., 25£ Merchants Row 

Lyman Milo, 16 Chestnut ave 

Plummcr Charles, 10 Pearl 

Sargent Wm. II. (also wheelwright) 34 State 

Taylor J. D., 6 Howe 

CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS. 

Kingsley Levi G., 18 Merchants row 

Kilburn J. B. & Co, 17 Center (see page 14) 

Stearns J. W., 9 Merchants row 

Van Doom & Tilson (Japanese carpeting) (see page 196) 

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CARPET CLEANING AND FEATHER RENOVATING. 

Williams S. F., 10 Baxter (see page 14) 

CARRIAGE AND SLEIGH MANUFACTURERS. 

Cameron William, Center Rutland 

Oyr Anguste, Elm st., W. Rutland 

Duffy & Lannicre, Main st., W. Rutland (eec page 68) 

Gibson Joseph E., Terrill street 

Long C. L., 26 Wales 

Laporte Jolm, Terrill eor. Main (see page 70) 

Miner L. & Son, 69 West (see page 40) 

Pre mo Levi, Wales cor. Willow 

Terrill Samnel & Son, West and Wales sts. 

CAR WHEEL MANUFACTURERS. 

Mansfield & Stimson, Union st. 

Lincoln Iron works, 100 West (see colored page) 

Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. (see colored page) 

CHAIR MANUFACTURERS. 

Harris Chas P. M'f'g Co. (see colored page) 

CHANDELIERS, LAMP GOODS AND LANTERNS. 

Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants row (see page 396) 

CHINA, GLASS, CROCKERY AND SILVERWARE. 

Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants row (see page 196) 

CHURCH, STORE AND HOUSE WOODWORK. 

Harris Chas. P. M'f'g Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 

CIVIL ENGINEERS. 

Randall J. J. R-, office 7 Center (sec page 24) 
Roys L. E., office in the depot 
Wooster Orlando, 8 Church 

CLOTHING AND GENTS" FURNISHING GOODS. 

Bardy <fe Babbitt, 35 Merchants row 

Cunningham A. O., 5 Center 

Hogan & Cummings, 32 Merchants row and 35 Evelyn 



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Hey man R., 25 Center 

Pollard B. P., Opera House block 

Peek Elias, 14 Center 

Samuel E. & Son, Herald building 

Watkins F. W., 37 Merchants row 

COAL DEALERS. 

Davis A. F,, River st., near R. R. 

Bourne M. A., Strong's ave., opp. freight depot (sec page 2) 

Chatter ton J. H., 32 Washington (see page 20) 

Curtis Samuel P., Evelyn st. 

Duffy & Clifford, 8 Evelyn (see page 34) 

Gould & Burditt, 8, 10 and 12 Freight (see page 111) 

Grandey John S., 45 Forest 

Kingsley L. G. (blacksmith only), 18 Merchants row 

Lincoln <fe White, 40 West (see page 18) 

Willson S. M., agent, D. <fc H. Canal Co., office in depot 

Welch John, 87 West 

Rice Chas. O., Washington st. near town hall (see page 40) 

S mi tli S. E , Marble St., West Rutland 

CREAMERY. 

Rutland Creamery, 57 West (sec page 46) 
Grower B. C, 60 West (see page 68) 

DENTISTS. 

Dairy mple II . A., Mut. Excb. block, West cor. Grove 
Kilburn A., 6 Morse block (see page 14) 
Mound & Scbell, office 2 Merchants row (see page 159) 
Turrill Henry, 17 Merchants row 

DINING AND LUNCH ROOMS. 

Ames F. C, 41 Center (see page 40) 

Langmaid A. W., 23 Merchants row 

Fisher J. W., 8 Merchants row 

Railway Restaurant, A. R. Howard, prop'r, in depot 

Todd Horace, 37 Center 

DRUGGISTS. 

Chapman F. H. & Co., Bates House corner 

Clifford & Miner, 23 Center (see page 26) 

Con iff Luke, Marble st,. opp. depot, West Rutland 

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Dolau W. J., 7 Center (see page 34) 

Fen n Fred., 15 Center (see page 62) 

Fisher W. H. H., 7 Merchants row (see page 38) 

Graves George E., Union block, 95 Main 

Iliggins, Green & Hyde, 21 Merchants row 

Lewis E. C, 2 Merchants row eor. West 

Liddell E. W., 19 Strong's ave 

Morse F. A., West Rutland 

Murphy M. C, Marble st., W. Rutland 

Woolley B. H., 11 Washington 

DRY AND FANCY GOODS. 

Hilliard Chas. B., 29 Merchants row 

Houghton Frank C, 19 Merchants row (see page 129) 

Jackson & Porter, 1 Merchants row 

Kilbm-n J. B. <fe Co., 17 Center (sec page 14) 

Martin L. A., 27 Center 

Ross Charles E., Opera House block (see colored page) 

Ross Bros, 33 Merchants row 

Sterns Chas. & Co., 31 Merchants row 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

Nat'l, U. S. and Canada, F. C. Atherton, agt., in depot 

FANCY GOODS. 

Chalmers Geo. E., 30 Merchants row (see page 158) 

Fenn Fred, (and toys), 15 Center (sec page (52) 

Merriam E. N., 15 Merchants row (see page 154) 

Nelson F, E., 45 Center (see page 118) 

Rutland Bazaar, 51 Merchants row (see colored page) 

Spanlding John P., 9 Merchants row 

Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants row (see page 196) 

FLOUR, FEED AND GRAIN DEALERS. 

Chaffee F. & Son, 140 West 

Chaffee Geo. T. & Co., 18 Center 

Curtis Samuel P., Evelyn st. 

Davis A. F., River .street near the R. R. 

Gould & Burditt, 8, 10 and 12 Freight (see page 111) 

WAITING'S ME STATIONERY, for Fashionable Correspondence, 

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Keyes E. D. & Co., Evelyn opp. depot 

Landon W. C, Freight cor. Evelyn (sec page 20) 

Lincoln & White, 49 West (see page 18) 

White D. M. Lumber Co., Strong's ave. (see page 26) 

FURNITURE DEALERS. 

Kingsley Levi G., 18 Merchants row 
Stearns J. W., 9^ Merchants row 
Towtiscnd Charles G., 44 Center (sec page 54) 
Robinson J. E. A Co., C. Rutland 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES, 

(Where is ke'pt a general assortment of groceries, dry goods, boots, stoes, 

notions, etc. Those who deal in bid one kind of goods will be found under 
tlieir appropriate headings.) 

Brown H. H. & Co., West Rutland 

Cheney G. H. & H. W., 27 Strong's ave. 

Combination Cash Store, 47 Merchants row (see page 32) 

Dawley W. W. & Co., 09 Merchants row 

Halliard Geo. W., Main cor. Terrill 

Owen W. H. B., 93 Center 

Parker & Thrall, Main st., W. Rutland 

Robinson J. E. & Co., Center Rutland 

Shcdd F. W. & Son, C. Rutland 

Vermont Marble Co., W. Rutland and Proctor 

Wheeler Bros., Main st., W. Rutland (see page 52) 

GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. 

(See also General Merchandise i- tores. ) 

Billings B. & D. C, 12 Merchants row 

Bixby C. F. A Co., 1 Grove 

Chaffee Geo. T. & Co., 18 Center 

Damon D. M., 23 S. Main 

Davis T. A., Bard well House block 

Duffy & Clifford, 14 Evelyn (see page 34) 

Fish A. & F, Main st., W. Rutland 

Gannon John, Marble st., W. Rutland 

Gary & Hoag, 29 Center 

Gosselin & Poulin, 43 Center (see page 30) 

Uosselin E., manager, 54 Center (see page 0) 

Grandey John S., 45 Forest 



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Keyes E. D. & Co., Evelyn opp. depot 

Kidder A. A., Marble cor. New, W. Rutland 

McGnrfe John F., 2 Strong's ave. 

MeGnik John, State cor. West 

McManus Peter, 93 'West 

Morehouse C. E., 3 Grove (see page 24) 

Morse F. A., Main cor. Marble, West Rutland 

Musaey William B.,"ll Merchants row 

Perkins C. F., Center cor. Wales , 

Seguin L., Marble St., West Rutland 

Slocum & Son, West cor. Pino 

Thompson John W., Grove near West 

Yaughan Fayette, Main cor. West 

Walsh Win., Marble St., West Rutland 

White A., 35 Center 

HAIRDRESSERS. 

Alexander Samuel U., in depot 

Allard Peter, 1 Merchants row (see page GO) 

Farmer Moses, 19 Wales 

Gibson J. E., Marble st, W. Rutland 

Gomez John J., 25£ Center 

Johnson Win. (also bath rooms), Bard well House 

Lapoint Joseph, Pardwell House 

Launiere Geo., 31 Center 

Lezer Frank, Bates House 

Loop G. T. (also hair work), 21 Center 

Mayo N. E., Marble st„ W. Rutland 

Mellow Frank M., 12 Center 

Moss David (also bath rooms), Berwick House (see page 38) 

Smith & Farrell, Sl| Merchants row (see page 110) 

Walker J. F., 13 Merchants row 

Whiley E. C, 13 Washington 

HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. 

Bates A. C. & Son, 46 and 48 Center (see colored page) 

Kingsley Levi G., 18 Merchants row 

Landon W. C, Freight cor. Evelyn (see page 20) 

BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 

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HARNESS AND SADDLES. 

Allard W. J., Main st., W. Rutland 

Bates & Son, 46 and 48 Center (see colored page) 

Burr Walter W., Main st, W. Rutland 

Lease W. H., 47 Center 

HATS, CAPS AND FURS. 

Bardy & Babbitt, 35 Merchants row 

Cunningham A. O., 5 Center 

Hogan <Sz Cummings, 32 Merchants row and 35 Evelyn 

Pollard B, F., Opera House block 

Samuel E. & Son, Herald building 

Watkins F. W., 37 Merchants row 

HORSE RAKES, MOWING MACHINES, HAY TEDDERS, 
FERTILIZERS, &c. 

Chatterton J. H., 32 Washington (see page 20) 

HORSE CLOTHING. 

Bates A. 0. & Son, 46 and 48 Center (see colored page) 
Pollard B. F., Opera House block 

HOTELS. 

Bardwell House, Cramton & Carpenter, opp. depot (see 

page 28) 
Bates House, M. Quinn & Sons, Merchants row, opp. depot 

(see page 50) 
Barnes House, M. G. Ollivetti, opp. depot, W. Rutland 
Berwick House, Win. H. Yaliquette, Center cor. Wales 
Brock House, S. A. Brock, Main cor. Engrem ave. 
Central House, J. M. Ballon Mrs., 51 and 53 West (see page 

44) 
Center Rutland House, Center Rutland 
Farmers Hotel, E. Pomeroy, Evelyn cor. Freight 
Globe Hotel, Geo. W. Staley, 32 West 
Union House, E. II. Lamphere, 43 State (see page 38) 



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HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 

Dunn & Cram ton, 14 and 16 Merchants row (sec page 4) 

Chaunell C. E., 9 Grove (sec page 30) 

Moore Win. B., 56 West 

Van Doorn & Tilson, 27 Merchants row (see page 196) 

ICE DEALERS. 

Dnnklee B. E., 5 Main (see page 8) 
Enerem E, M.. Cold river road 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Babcoek C. L., office 49 S. Main (see page 44) 
Burnham & Temple, Clement building, .Merchants row 
Francisco M. J., General Agency, Rutland Savings Bank 

building opp. depot 
Granger 0, H. (N. Y. Life Ins. Co.), Morse block 
Kellogg Bros., 3 Morse block (see page 135) 
Mason E.G. (special agent Equitable Life Assurance Society), 

Putnam & Sawyer's block 
New England Eire Insurance Co., Clement building, Mer- 
chants row (see inside front cover) 
Parmcnter C, Clement building (see page 76 
Weeks Newman, Putnam & Sawyer's block (see page 48) 

INVESTMENT SECURITIES. 

Dorr's S, M. Sons, Rutland Co. National Bank building (see 
page 28) 

IRON AND STEEL. 

Kingsley Levi G., 18 Merchants row 

Landon W. C, Freight cor. Evelyn (see page 20) 

Harris Chas. P. M'fg Co. (see colored page) 

Rutland Foundry *fe Machine Shop Co. (see colored page) 

IRON, STEEL, PIPE AND FITTINGS. 

Mansfield & Stimson, Union st. 
Lincoln Iron Works, 102 West (see colored page) 
Harris C. P. M'fg Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 
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JAPANESE PAPER CARPETING. 

Van Doorn & Tilson, 27 Merchants row (see page 196) 

LAUNDRIES. 

Excelsior Laundry, Willow street 
Adams Steam Laundry, 35 Merchants row 
Rutland Steam Laundry, West cor. Forest 
Union Custom Laundry, G. Weisbach, 7 Grove 
Sang Lung Co., 61 Center (see page 52) 

LAWYERS. 

Baker Joel C, Clement Bank building 

Barrett James, Clement block, Merchants row 

Butler & Molony, Clement Bank building 

Dana Edward, Baxter Bank building 

Dunton W. C, office Baxter Bank building 

Hannan H. A. (village attorney), Clement Bank building 

Howe & Coolidge, Clement Bank building 

Joyce C. H., Clement Bank building 

Lawrence & Meld on, 27 Merchants row 

Kendall P. Rcdficld, Putnam <fe Sawyer's block 

Manley J. E,, office Main st, W. Rutland 

Nicholson David E, office 18 Grove 

Prout John, office Herald building 

Redington L. W., 'office Herald building 

Reardon E. D., Cram ton & Sawyer's block 

Spellman & Haynes, 11£ Center 

Spencer George B., 2 Herald building 

Smith Warren H., 5 Pleasant 

Veazey W. G. (judge of Supreme Ct), Court House 

Walker & Swinington, Herald building, Merchants row 

LIVERY, SALE AND BOARDING STABLES. 

Barber E. D., 41 West (see page 6) 
Bardwcll House, Cramton & Paige (see page 66) 
Barnes House Stables, M. G. Ollivctti, W. Rutland 
Creed J. E., 4 and 6 Willow (see colored page) 
Harmon H. J., h. Clarendon ave., W, Rutland 
Laporte John, Terrill st. (see page 70) 



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Mullin Michael, Strong's ave. cor. Royee (see page 34) 

Prcmo Levi A., Willow cor. AVales (see page 42) 

Qniim. M., 22 Center (see page 50) 

Richardson Geo., 24 Center 

Vauglian F. L., rear 8 West (see page 54) 

LUMBER DEALERS. 

Chaffee F. & Son, 140 West 

Edson M. & H. O., 45 West (see page 16) 

Harris Chas P. M'f'g Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 

White D. M. Lumber Co., Strong's ave. (see pa<*e 26) 

Lincoln & White, 49 West (see page 18) 

Smith S. E., Marble st., W. Rutland 

MACHINISTS AND FOUNDERS. 

Harris C. P. M'f'g Co., Furnace st., (see colored page) 
Lincoln Iron Works, 102 West (see colored page) 
Mansfield & Stimson, Union st. 

Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. (sec colored page) 
Shorts! eevc David, Strong's ave. (see colored page) 

MARBLE PRODUCERS AND DEALERS. 

Bardillo Marble M'f'g Co., office 133 West (see colored page) 

Columbian Marble Co., 120 West 

Dorset Marble Co., Putnam it Sawyer's block 

Espcranza Marble Quarry (Lyman Strong Co., lessees) West 

Rutland (see page 8) 
Gilson & Woodfin, West Rutland 
Producers Marble Co., office 19 Merchants row 
Ripley Sons, Center Rutland 
Sheldon & Sons, West Rutland 
True Blue Marble Co., office 61 Merchants row (see back 

cover) 
Valido Marble Co., W. Rutland, office Fairhaven 
Vermont Marble Co., Center Rutland, West Rutland, Proctor 

village and Rutland Y alley 

MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED SLATE. 
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MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKERS. 

Adams it Bacon, 100 West, (wholesale dealers) 
Brown M. R., State st. 
Clark Eros., 3 Hopkins (see page 22) 
Everson & Co., 98 West (see page 6.0) 
Fuller A. P. & Co., 8 Evelyn 
Hnlihan Bros., Center Rutland (see page 42) 
Kinsman Walter R., 5 Grove (see page 56) 
McHugh Bros., West Rutland 

Van Doom & Tilson (dealers in marble only) 27 Merchants 
row (see page 196) 

MEAT AND PROVISION MARKETS. 

Clifford P. O., 4 Merchants Row 

Gosselin E,, manager, 54 Center (see page 6) 

Gosselin & Poulin, 43 Center (sec page 36) 

Grant J. H., 36 Center (see page 8) 

Knight Silas, under Farmers' Hotel (see page 54) 

Ladabouche & Taylor, Proctor village 

Prouty L. S., Strong's ave. cor Madison 

Sheridan M. B., 1 Main (see page 58) 

Stearns Myron, 10 Merchants row 

Smith S. E., Marble at., W. Rutland 

Vermont Beef Company (wholesale), opp. Bard well House 

MERCHANT TAILORS. 

Ellis A. D., 27 Center 

Everin M. W., old P. O. building, West Rutland (sec page CO) 

Fagan Peter, Putnam & Sawyer's block (see page 42) 

Gaffney P. F., W. Rutland 

Lavantnre Geo. H,, 13 A, Merchants row (see page 141) 

Morgan D. L., 15^ Center (see page 157) 

Matheson R. T., 31 Center 

Pollard B. F., Opera House block 

MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS. 

Albce & McDonough, 55 Merchants row 
Goodno O. J. Mrs., 25A_ Merchants row 
Kilbnrn Charlotte A. & Co., 17 Center 
Mullins & Carmody, 35 Center 



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Smith L. A., 49 Center (sec page 116) 
Spencer L. J., 1 Merchants row 
Sullivan Mary E. & Co., 26 Merchants row 
Thornton M. K. Miss, 13 Washington 

MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Brehmer Philip H,, (also tuner), 24 N. Main (see page 36) 

Brehmer Louis P., 24 N. Main 

Chattertori 8. Howard Mrs., 32 Washington 

Clifford Annie M,, 113 West 

Hall H, A., 16 Prospect 

Mietzke George A., 38 Grove 

Stewart G. W. Mrs., 8 Elm 

Wheeler M. J. Miss, Berwick House 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Grow Frank M., Mat. Exchange hlock, Grove st. (see page 66) 
Merriam E. N., 15 Merchants row (see page 154) 

NAIL WORKS. 
Harris Chas. P. M'f'g Co. (see colored page) 

NEWSPAPERS. 

The Daily and Weekly Herald, Albert Clarke editor, office 

Merchants row (see page 74) 
The Rutland Evening Telegram, published every evening. _ A 

weekly and Sunday edition is also issued by the Review 

Company, 50 Center (sec page 72) 

NEWS DEPOTS. 

Chalmers Geo. E., 30 Merchants row (see page 158) 
Spaulding John P., 9 Merchants row 
Stillson Frank A., in Union depot 

PACKING BOXES.— Man ufacturer. 
Williams S, P., 10 Baxter (sec page 14) 

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PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS. 

Bates A. C. & Son, 46 and 48 Center (see colored page) 

Clifford & Miner, 23 Center (see page 26) 

Edson M. & H. 0., 45 West, (see page 16) 

Harris Chas P. M'f'g Co. (see colored page) 

Kingsley Levi G-, 18 Merchants row 

Landon W. C, Freight cor. Evelyn (see page 20) 

Lewis E. C, 2 Merchants row 

White D. M. Lumber Co., Strong's avc. (see page 26) 

PAPER HANGINGS. 

The Tuttle Co., 11 and 13 Center (sec bottom lines through 

book) 
Van Doom & Tilson, 27 Merchants row (sec page 196) 

PENSION CLAIM AGENTS. 

Forbes C. H., Berwick House (see page 98) 
Spencer Geo. B., 2 Herald building 

PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Baker G. M., 7$ Center (see page 12) 
Emery Geo. H., 1 Merchants row (see page 16) 
Nichols Carlos W., 21^ Center (see page 48) 
Perkins A. D., 33 Center (see page 18) 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. 

Allen Charles L., office over Keyes & Co.'s store 

Bohemicr J. E. N., 21£ Center 

Brown Amelia E., office 33 Merchants row 

Caverly Chas. S., 2 Court cor West 

Grain H. F. & M. R., office 43 Center 

Fox George H., office 2 Cottage 

Fosburgh Daniel, office Clarendon ave., W. Rutland 

Gale Chas. A., office 16 West 

Gilchrist O. J., office 79 Center 

Griswold S. H., office 29 West 

Goldsmith M., office 68 Strong's ave. 

Grinncll Mary V., Exchange block, West cor. Grove 

Hanrahan J. D., office 38 Center and 59 S. Main 

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Keenan John 0., office 14 Evelyn 

Kin no A. K., Rosa st., W. Rutland 

Mead Jolin A., office 22 Washington cor. Prospect 

Pond E. A., office 22 S. Main 

Putnam J. H., office 15 Washington 

Ross C. B., office Main st., West Rutland 

Sanborn G. R., office 3 Church 

Scudder J. W., office over V. M. Co.'s store, Proctor 

Stearns Wra. M,, offices 38 Center St. and W. Rutland 

Thomson J. E., office 15 Washington 

Woodhouse Charles, office 31 Grove 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

Grow Frank M., Mnt. Exchange block, Grove st. (see page 66) 
Long B. G., agent for Cluett & Sons, 15 Merchants row (sec 

back cover) 
Mcrriam E. N., 15 Merchants row (see page 154) 
Wood Eli H., 22 Elm (see page 56) 

PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES. 

Chalmers Geo. E., 30 Merchants row (sec page 158) 
Cross O. T. Mrs., 26 Center 
Merriam E. N., 15 Merchants row (see page 154) 
Span Id in g John P., 9 Merchants row 

PLANING AND WOOD TURNING. 

Harris Chas. P. M'f'g Co. (see colored page) 
Edson & Thornton (wood turning only), 45 West 

PLUMBING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING. 

Dunn & Cram ton, 14 Merchants row (sec page 4) 

Channell Chas. E., 9 Grove (sec page 30) 

Moore Wm. B., 56 West 

Murphy J. B., Wales street 

Valiquette Edward A., 26 Merchants row (sec page 48) 

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Herald & Globe Association, Merchants row (sec paj 
McLean Frank M., 7 Grove (sec page 18) 
Perry W. M. & Co., 48 West 
Pclton Printing Co., 61 Merchants row 
The Review Company, 50 Center (see page 72) 
The Tuttlc Co., 11 and 13 Center (see bottom lines through 
book) 

REAL ESTATE. 

Brown H. H. & Co., W. Rutland 
Edson M. & H. O., 49 West (see page 16) 
Pierpoint Evelyn, 29 Center 
Perkins M. J., 21 Grove 
Proctor Redfield, Proctor village 

Weeks Newman (also R. R. ticket agent), Putnam & Saw- 
yer's block (see page 48) 

SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS. 

Chaffee F. & Son, 148 West 

Edson M. & H. C, 45 West (see page 10) 

Harris Chas. P. M'f'g Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 

White D. M. Lumber Co., Strong's ave. (sec page 26) 

SCALE MANUFACTURERS. 

Howe Scale Co., located at junction of Rutland and Benning- 
ton *fe Rutland railroads (see outside front cover) 

SEWING MACHINES. 

Buckman G. D. Mrs. (White's), 6 Maple (see page 52) 
Singer M'f'g Co., 52 Center (see page 70) 
The Domestic, E. N. Merriam agent, (see page 154) 
Wheeler & Wilson M'f'g Co., 69 Center 

SHIRT MANUFACTURE IIS. 

Merriam E. N., 15 Merchants row (see page 154) 

Rutland Shirt Co., Forest cor. West 

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STONE CUTTING- MACHINERY. 

Harris Chiis. F. M'f'g Co., Furnace st. (see colored page) 
Lincoln Iron Works, 102 West (sec colored page) 
Mansfield & Stimson, Union street ■ 

Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. (see colored page) 
Steam Stone Cutter Co,, 100 West (sec colored page) 

STOVES, TINWARE AND ROOFING. 

Adams & Walking, Marble st., W. Rutland 

Channell Chas. E., 9 Grove (see page SO) 

Dunn & Crainton, 12 and 14 Merchants row (see page 4) 

Moore Wm. B., 56 West 

Murphy John B., 58 Center 

Robinson J. E. & Co., Center Rutland 

TELEGRAPH OFFICES. 

Commercial Union Telegraph Co., B. W, Van Buskirk, mana- 
ger, Bard well House block 

Western Union Telegraph Co., T. D. Shaw, manager, office 
south end of Union depot 

TELEPHONE OFFICES. 

N. E. Telephone Co., R. D. Beale, manager, office Chaffee's 
block, and E. H. White, manager, W. Rutland 

TOBACCONISTS AND CIGAR MANUFACTURERS. 

Abraham A. H., 3 Center 
Abraham Lewis, 9 Center 

TYPE WRITING AND STENOGRAPHY. 

C. Farmenter, Clement building (see page T6) 
Kellogg Bros., Morse block (see page 135) 

UNDERTAKERS. 



Campbell Charles H., W. Rutland 
Clifford Stephen C, 6 Evelyn (see page 40) 
Kingsley L, G., 1 8 Merchants row 
Stearns J. W., 9 Merchants row 



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UPHOLSTERERS. 

Metzger William, 27 Evelyn st. (sec page 68) 

Stearns A. R., 13 Grove 

Stearns J. W., 9 Merchants row 

Townsend Charles G, 44 Center (see page 54) 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Farns worth Geo. H., 9 Prospect (see page 70) 

Merrill E. R., at Geo. Richardson's stable (see page 66) 

WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE. 

Clifford & Miner, 23 Center (see page 26) 

Hascall Geo. M., Main st., W. Rutland 

Hubbard Levi F., 27 Merchants row 

Marshall Bros., 1 7 Merchants row (see page 2) 

Wheeler F. H., 25 Merchants row 

White Erwin, 17 Center (see page 12) 

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MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



RUTLAND TOWN OFFICERS. 

Moderator— Edgar B. Moore. 

Town, Clerk — Charles B. Mann. 

Town Treasurer — Charles Clark. 

Selectmen — George H. Cheney. Edward C. Duffy, John 13. 
Noble, John A. Huftmire, James E. Creed. 

Grand Jurors— Erank H. Welch, Owen E. Cmnmings, 
Lcdm Whiteomb. 

Listers — A. S. Watkius, Leland Frost, Edgar B. Moore, 
Arthur G. Fuller, Patrick Keen an. 

Constable and Collector — Walter A. Clark. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures — Edgar K. Davis. 

Trustee of Public Money — W. II. B. Owen. 

Auditors — Richard Ryan, Justus R. Hoadloy, Geo. T. 
Chaffee. 

Superintendent of Schools — James A. Merrill. 

Town Agent— Kenry F. Field. 

RUTLAND VILLAGE OFFICERS. 

Rutland incorporated as a milage, Nov. i5t/>, 1847. 

TRUSTKES. 

1st Ward— Fred. A. Field, 5th Ward— J. W. Stearns, 
2d Ward — V. C. Meyerhoffer, 8th Ward — A. J. Dunton, 
3d Ward—W. F. Lewis, 1th Ward— J. S. Carder, 

Uh Ward— C. L. Long, 8ih Ward— John Ballard. 

President of Board — J. J, Fav. 
Clerk— J. B. Donnelly. 

Street Commissioner— D, J. OTIearne. 

Water Commissioners — W. C. Landon, N. L. Davis, J. M. 
Davis. 

Village Attorney— R. A. Harman. 

Collector — John B. Moore. 

Auditor — Thomas H. Brown. 

Chief of Police— R. R. Mead. 

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WEST RUTLAND TOWN OFFICERS. 

Town Clerk — John Gannon. 

Town Treasurer — John Mortrom. 

Selectmen — James Burke, James D. Dernier, Auguste Cyr, 
Joel May, Daniel Reed. 

Overseer of the Poor — Matthew Quintan. 

Grand Jurors— -T. A. Carmody, P. F. O'Neil, John Gaft- 
ney. _ 

Listers — Michael Kennedy. L. Seguin, L. T. Barber. 

Constable and Collector — W. R. Dwyer. 

Trustee of Public Money — T. II. Carmody. 

Auditors— W. B. Moran, P. J. Gilligan, C. M. IVk. 

Town Agent — John Mortrom. 

Superintendent of Schools — Edward McCormiek, Sr. 

PROCTOR TOWN OFFICERS. 

Town Clerk. — F. C. Partridge. 

Selectmen — R. Proctor, W. T. Capron, M. O'Rourke. 

Town Treasurer— U-E. Spencer. 

Com.missioner for the Poor — H. H. Blakcley. 

Constable and Collector — John McDevitt. 

Second Constable — S. W, Mead. 

Listers — Nahum Johnson, E. A. Genette, B. C. Fisk. 

Auditors — E, P. Butler, C. A. Stiles, J. B. Tatrcau. 

Trustee of Public Money— -B. F. Taylor. 

Grand Jurors — Bradley Reynolds, W. W. Wilkins. 

Town Agent — F. C. Partridge. 

Superintendent of Schools — F. D. Proctor, 

RUTLAND COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Hon. Russell S. Taft, Chief Judge ; Hon. D. E. Nichol- 
son, Hon. Barnes Frist) ie, Assistant Judges. 

OFFICERS OF THE COURT. 

Henry H. Smith, Clerk; Daniel F. Peabody, Sheriff; 
Fred. S. Piatt, State's A itomey ; Thomas C, Robbing, Deputy 
Clerk ; E. S. Col ton, High Bailiff ; Henry F. Field, County 
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Jail Commissioners ; Ella M. Ballon, Court Reporter. 
M. H. Dickerman, East Wallingford ; Enos 0. Fish, Jr., 
West Rutland ; P. D. Griewold, Oastlcton ; Luther P. Howe, 
Dan by ; N. S. Stearns, Rutland ; John E. Gregory, Proctor ; 
E. S. Whitaker, Rutland ; John H. Polley, Fair Haven, Dep- 
uty Sheriffs. Rodney C. Abell, Nichols M. Powers, Thomas 
J.Lyon, County Road, Commissioners. William P. Dilling- 
ham, LaForest H. Thompson, Albert P. Cross, Lovcland 
Mnnson, James M. Tyler, Seneca Ilaselton, State Examin 
ing Committee, (appointed at General Term, 1886). Exami- 
nations first Tuesday of General Term. 

COURTS. 

PROBATE COURT OF DISTRICT OF RUTLAND. 

Thos. C. Rohbins, Judge. Wayne Bailey, Register. 
Office in Court House. 
Court days every Tuesday. Insolvency Court every Wed- 
nesday. 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF THE VILLAGE OF RUTLAND. 

Geo. E. Lawrence, Judge. J. C. Jones, Clerk. 

Office, Village Hall. 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

TEEM 
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J. J. R. Randall (iWV) 1888 

Geo. B. Spencer (Sec'y) 1888 

E. L. Temple (Treas.) .... 1889 

Edson P. Gilson 1888 

Edwin L. Foster 1888 

Geo. J. Ward well 1889 

Charles PI. Granger , 1889 

Rockwood Barrett 1890 

Geo. W. Perry , 1890 

RUTLAND GRADED SCHOOL DISTRICT. 

Clerk— J. M. Hewitt. Collector—A. T. Woodward. 

Treasurer — Chas. Clark. Auditor — Chas. P. Harris. 



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NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Babcock C. L. Manley J. E., West Rutland 

Bailey Wayne Marshall B. W. 

Baker Joel C. Meldon P. M. 

Bottiim Geo. R Molony Thos. W. 

Brown James Montgomery Geo. K. 

Btirnham S. E. Morse Edmund R. 

Butler Fred M. Mussey Chas. W. 

Clark Charles Norton John W. 

Coolidge A. G. Parmenter Chester 

Crosefield A. S. Partridge F. C. 

Dana Edward Peabody Daniel P. 

Dorr Henry C. Pierpoint Evelyn 

Field Fred. A. Reardon E. D. 

Field Henry F. Redington L. W. 

Field Wm. M. Robbing Thos. C. 
Fish E. C, West Rutland Smith Edward D. 

Francisco M. J. Smith Wm. Jr., Proctor. 

Granger Chas. H. Spollman John D. 

Harrison O. F. Spencer lico. B. 

Howard S. A. Stearns Nathaniel S. 

Howe Chas. L. Swiningtoh F. G. 

Kellogg Newton Temple E. L. 

Kellogg Samuel H. Thrall Jesse 

Kendall P. R. Tnttle Albert H. 

Lawrence G. E. Weeks Newman 

RUTLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Chief Engineer— K. K. Hannum. 
First Assistant Engineer — W. F. Eddy. 
Second Assistant Engineer — D. Corcoran. 

FIRE WARDENS. 

Geo. P. Russell Ward 1 

John Harrison Ward 2 

C. N. Chamberlin Ward 3 

D. Chittenden Ward 4 

A. C. Gravel \Xa,r& 5 

C. E. Channcll Ward 

Edward Burns Ward 7 

John T. Boyle [,[[[] Ward 8 

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Nickwackett ENGINE Co., No. 1. — Foreman, A. Austin ; 
1 st Assistant, E. Lareau ; 2d Assistant, Moses Mayhew ; Clerk, 
J. T, Boyle ; Treasurer, P. J. Flyim. 

Washington Engine Co., No. 2. — Foreman, C. A. Stock- 
well ; 1st Assistant Foreman, W. O. Gleason ; 2d Assistant 
Foreman, E. Reynolds ; Clerk, G. P. Russell ; Treasurer, E. 
R. Green. 

Killington Steameb Co., No. 3. — Foreman, Levi G. Kings - 
ley ; 1st Assistant Foreman, J. H. Mdntyrc ; 2d Assistant 
Foreman, B. W. Marshall; Clerk, Louis Valiqnette, Jr.; 
Treasurer, A. S. Marshall. 

Union Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1. — Foreman, Edward 
J. Bruten ; 1st Assistant Foreman, E. A. McDonough ; 2d 
Assistant Foreman, E. J. Burns ; Clerk, J. N. Howley ; Treas- 
urer, W. M. Burk. 

J. W. Cramton Hose Co., No. 4. — Foreman, J. R. Bates ; 
1st Assistant Foreman, M. A. MeClnrc ; 2d Assistant Fore- 
man, E. M. Woodruff ; Clerk, C. F. Bixby ; Treasurer, E. E. 
Crawford. 

H. H. Baxter Hose Co., No. 5. — Foreman, Geo. W. Dun- 
ton ; 1st Assistant Foreman, G, W. Staley ; 2d Assistant 
Foreman, C. S. Ward well ; Clerk, C. 0. Edson ; Treasurer, 
L. E. Davis. 

J. A. Sheldon Hose Co., No. 6. —Foreman, W. B. Young ; 
1st Assistant Foreman, S. J. Lalor ; 2d Assistant Foreman, J. 
E. Creed ; Clerk, F. C. Ames ; Treasurer, M. E. Brown. 

J. D. Haneahan Hose Co., No. 7. — Foreman, E. J. Burke ; 
1st Assistant Foreman, P. A. Caton ; 2d Assistant Foreman, 
M. F. Mangan ; Clerk, W. H. Mooney ; Treasurer, J. J. 
Caton, . 

HUSKING CARD. 
Companies will answer calls from boxes as follows : 
No. 1 . . 23—26—32—34—42—45—47—53 

. 14_15_18— 19—37— 42— 45— 47— 53— 61 

, 42—45—47 

, 14_16-— 18— 19— 37-^t2— 45— 47— 53— 61 

. I4_i5_i6_is_i9_42— 45— 47— 53 

. 23—26—32—34—42—45—47 

, i9_37_42_45—47— 53— 61 



No. 2 
No. 3 
No. 4 
No. 5 
No. 6 
No. 7 

Hook & Ladder Company will answer all calls. 

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GENERAL ALARM. 



The general alarm will be ten blows given on the Bell in 
quick succession, followed by repeating the Box Call. The 
same to be given by the Whistle. When this alarm is given, 
the Whole Department will respond. 

RELEASE SIGNAL. 

After an alarm, three blows on the Bell followed by three 
blasts of the Whistle, will indicate that the fire is out or under 
control, and no more assistance will be needed. 

When an alarm is given all members of the different 
companies will go to their houses the same as if their box was 
called, and there wait until the release signal is given. 

RUTLAND FIRE ALARM.— LOCATION OP BOXES AND KEYS. 

14 Corner Williams and Church sts. Keys at A. II. Fann- 

er's and L. Wilkin s.' 

15 Fine street, at L. G. Kingslcy's. Keys at Gen. L. G. 

Kingslcy's, D. L. Morgan's and G. M. Baker's. 

16 Corner of Maple and Grove streets. Keys at S. M. Will- 

son's, R. R. Mead's and J. A. Barney's. 

18 Corner Fine and State streets. Keys at E. R. Green's, 

J. H. Mcln tyre's and C. H. Pratt's. 

19 Corner Forest and West streets. Keys at McMauus,' 

Lincoln Iron Works and Wright Pratt's. 
23 Corner West street and Lincoln ave. Ke3 f s at Mrs. 

Everts,' C. L. Long's and M. P. Kingslcy's. 
26 Corner Main street and Woodstock ave. Keys at Dr. 

Allen's, J. B. Harris,' and G. P. Russell's. 
32 Corner Niekwackett and Center streets. Keys at Geo. 

F. White's, E. C. Tuttle's and Post Office. 
34 Main street, head of Madison. Keys at Brock House, T. 

C. Rob bins' and Ger shorn Cheney's. 
37 Corner Prospect and Madison streets. Keyes at Short- 
sleeve & Co.'s, Mrs. S. A. Eddy's, Cheney Brus.' store 

and M. B. Haney's. 
42 Corner Washington street and Merchants Row. Keys at 

Bard well House, Telephone office and Bunker's office, 

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4-5 Corner Wales and Center streets. Keys at Berwick House 
and Richardson's stable. 

47 Cornei- Center street and Merchants Row, Keys at Her- 
ald office, Quinn's stable, Bates House and F. H. Chap- 
man's. 

53 On Gas House. Keys at Gas Co. 's office, Farmers' Hotel, 
Harris Manufacturing Co. and Car Shop. 

61 Corner Forest street and Convent avenue. Keys at Ed. 
Lyston's, C. H. Matthews 1 and "W"m. Bragg's. 

LOCATION OF HYDRANTS. 

Post Holly Hydrant, junction Woodstock avenue and East 

street. 
Post Matthews Hydrant, corner of East and Terrill. 

" " " " Washington exte'n. 

" " " Green. 

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Washington and Prospect. 
Prospect and Madison. 
Washington and Wales. 
Wales and Center. 
Willow. 
Willow and Edson. 
River, west side of track. 

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Forest and Mechanic. 

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Post Matthews Hydrant, corner of Spring and Pine. 

" " " Merchants Row and Cen- 

ter. 
" Maple and Pine. 

" Washington and Strong's 

avenue, 
" " one on Merchants Row between Cen- 

ter and Washington. 
" three on Merchants Row between Cen- 
ter and West. 
" one on Center between Merchants 
Row and Wales, 
" " one at junction of Merchants Row 

and Evelyn, 
one at West, 208 feet west of Church. 
" " 118 feet east of Lincoln. 

Church, 167 feet south of Wil- 
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corner Main and Royce. 
" River and Meadow. 
" Williams and Chestnut avenue. 
" River and Granger, 
at center of Summer, 
corner of West and Elm. 
" Garden and Church. 
" Baxter and State. 
" Howe and Franklin. 
" Engrem avenue. 
" Williams and Elm. 
" Baxter and Maple. 
" Grant and Lincoln. 
" Furnace and Franklin. 
" Meadow and West. 
" West and Pine. 
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MASONIC DIRECTORY. 

KILLING TON COMMANDERY, K. T., No. (1. 

Eminent Commander — Will F. Lewis. 
Generalissimo — John II. Mclntyre. 
Captain General — John 0. Temple. 
Prelate— E. V. Ross. 
Senior Warden — James Everson. 
Junior Warden — W. S. Terrill, 
Treasurer — L. G. Kingsley. 
Recorder — Charles Chirk. 
Standard Bearer — F. H. Chapman. 
Sword Hearer — E. A. Fuller. 
Warder — W, H. Schryver. 

Captains of the Gua?'d — W. O. Sargent, J. R. Hoadley, 
F. M. Sehell. 

Sentinel — C. E. Campbell. 
Meets third Tuesday of each month. 

DAVENPORT COUNCIL, It. & S. M., No. 13. 

T I. Master— T. C. Robbins. 
Deputy Master — H. II. Smith. 
Principal Conductor of the Work — Samuel Terrill. 
Treasurer — Levi G. Kingsley. 
Secretary — A. S. Marshall. 
Meets second Monday of each month. 

DAVENPORT CHAPTER, R. A. M., No. 17. 

High Priest — J. H . Mclntyre. 
King — E. V. Ross. 
Scribe— A. T. Tyrrell. 
Captain of the Host — A. J. Hasselton. 
Principal Sojourner — James Everson. 
Secretary — J. R. Hoadley. 
Treasurer — L. G. Kingsley. 
Royal Arch Captain — F. L. Clark. 
Master of Third Vail—F. M. Sehell. 
Master of Second Vail— Fred. S. Weatherliead. 
Master of First Vail — Ira Lake. 
Tyler — Charles E. Campbell. 
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CENTER LODGE, F. & A. M., No. 34. 

Worshipful Master — Edward V. Ross. 
Senior Warden- — S. T. Braley. 
Junior Warden— J. R. Hoadley. 
Treasurer — N. A. Bailey. 
Secretary — F. P. Robinson. 
Senior Deacon — Charles Turner. 
Junior Deacon — -S. W. Mead. 
Chaplain — Daniel Chittenden. 
Marshal — T. C. Robbins. 
Senior Steward — F. S. Weatherliead 
Junior Steward — E. S. Whitaker. 
Organist — E. C. Whiley. 
Tyler— George Willis. 
Regular communication first Thursday of eaeli month. 

RUTLAND LODGE, F. & A. M., No. 70. 

Worshipful Master — Moses Ford. 
Senior Warden — George D. Babbitt. 
Junior Warden — J. C. Temple. 
Treasurer — D. M. White. 
Secretary — H. L. Hoag. 
Senior Deacon— W . 0. Sargent. 
Junior Deacon — G. M. Baker. 
Chaplain — A. W. Edson. 
Marshal — J. II. Mclntyre. 
Stewards — E. L. Reynolds and F. M. Sehell. 
Tyler— G. E. Campbell. 
Organist — C. A, Johnson. 
Regular communication first Wednesday of each month. 

HIRAM LODGE, F. & A. M., No. 101, WEST RUTLAND. 

Worshipful Master— F. C. Fish, Jr. 
Senior Warden — W. A. Graham. 
Junior Warden— W. A. Thrall. 
Treasurer — F. A. Morse. 
Secretary— W. M. Stearns. 
Senior Deacon — F. M. Hewitt. 
Junior Deacon — D. D. Hewitt. 
Tyler— C. F. Snow. 



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Chaplain — H. A. Smith. 
Marshal— 11. Q-. Sheldon. 
Senior Steward — G. M, Douglass. 
Junior Steward— N. J. Fuller. 
Regular communication first Monday in each month. 

ST. PAUL'S LODGE, F, & A. M„ No. 25, BRANDON. 

Worshipful Master — C. H. Holbrook. 
Secretary — E. L. Bigelow. 
Regular communication first Wednesday in each month. 

LEE LODGE, F. & A. M. r No. 30, OASTLETON. 

Worshipful Master— Wm, C. Moulton. 
Regular com muni cation on or before the full moon of each 
month. 

EUREKA LODGE, F. & A. M., No. 75, FAIR HAVEN. 

Worshipful Master — Will V. Roberts. 
Secretary — J. G-. Pitkin. 
Regular communication first Wednesday of each month. 

INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODD FELLOWS. 

KILLINGTON LODGE, NO. 20. 

N. G.—L. F, Miner. 
V. G.—L. G. Felt. 
Permanent Sec. — E. G. Mason. 
Recording Sec. — F. W, Gould. 
Treas. — F. H. Chapman. 

Trustees. — J. 0. Temple, L. G. Bagley, F. W. Gary. 
Meets every Monday, Odd Fellows' hall, Billings' block. 

OTTER CREEK ENCAMPMENT, NO. 7. 

//. P.— H. J. Ward. 
C. P.— Leon G. Bagley, 
S. W,—$. G. Putnam. . 
J. W.— H. II. Hibbins. 
Seribe.—H. J. Moore. 
Treasurer — T. C. Bobbins. 
Trustees — C. Farm enter, J. Mason, L. F. Miner. 
Meets every 2d and 4th Friday, Odd Fellows' Hall. 

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MISCELLANEOUS ORGANIZATIONS. 

Vermont Lodge No. 1, Knights of Pythias. — P. C, J. 
B. Ncedham ; C. C, S. T. Braley ; V. C, N. A. Bailey ; 
Prelate, J. B. Moore ; K qf R. S., E. B. Jacobs ; M. of K, 
M. P. Kingsley; M. of i j A. S. Phillips. 

N. A. Bailey, Supreme Deputy Grand Chancellor for the 
State of Vermont. 

Endowment Rank, Section 581, K. of P. — President, 
N. A. Bailey ; See. and Treas., Jake Hoy man. 

Roberts Post, No. 14, G. A. R. — Commander, E, II. 
Webster. Meets 2d and 4th Tuesday at Grand Army Hall. 

Rutland Council, No. 809, Royal Arcanum. — Past- 
Regent, A. R. Abraham ; Regent, G. W. Milliard ; Vice- 
Regent, J. J. Garrett ; Orator, A. II. Tnttle ; Treasurer, 
George E. Graves ; Secretary, P. K. Peck ; Collector, Jake 
Heyman ; Chaplain, P. R. Kendall ; Guide, Edward Dana ; 
Warden, O. W. Sterl ; Sentry, Charles C. Bennett ; Trus- 
tees, O. W. Sterl, J, C. Baker and George H. Cheney. 

Rutland Lodge, No. 1281, Knights of Honor. — Dicta- 
tor, W. P. Horton ; Reporter, J. B. Moore ; Treasurer, 
Robert Stitt ; Medical Examiner, J. H. King. Meets 2d and 
4th Wednesdays. 

Protection Lodge, No. 2417, K. of H. Organized 1885. 

Makhle City Council, American Legion of Honor. — 
Commander, Hiram A. Smith ; Vice-Commander, Charles 
Clark; Treasurer, S. M. Willson ; Collector, C. F. Bixby; 
Secretary, F. P. Bo bin son. 

St. Peter's Hibernian Benevolent Union. — Meats in St. 
Peter's Hail last Sunday in each month. 

Young Men's Catholic Union (Literary). — Meets in St. 
Peter's Hall every Wednesday evening. 

St. Patrick's Benevolent Society. — West Rutland. 

St. Bridget's Temperance Society. — West Rutland. 

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Evergreen Cemetery. — President, J. J. R. Randall ; Sec- 
retary, W. H. Woodward ; Treasurer, W. C. Landon ; 
Auditor, Tlios. C, Robbing ; Superintendent, B, W. Mar- 
shall ; Trustees, J. J. R. Randall, W. C. Landon, Geo. E. 
Royce, W. H. Woodward, A. E. Davis, Wm. Gil more, T. 0. 
Robbing, Edgar Davie, Chas. Woodhouse. 

Young Men's Christian Association. — Rooms Merchants 
Row. Open week days from 9 a.m. to 9:30 v. m., and from 
1:30 to 5:30 p. m. on Sundays. President, H. W. Spafford ; 
Treasurer, F. O Partridge. 

Equitable Aid Union. — Meets every Tuesdaj' evening. 
Resident, E. L. Robinson ; Secretary, Emma L. Haynes ; 
Treasurer, Mrs. J. E. Webster ; Medical Examiner, H. F. 
Grain . 

Rutland- Lodge, No. 78, I. O. G. T.— Meets in G. A. R. 
Hall. 

Marble Lodge, No. 77, I. 0. G. T. — West Rutland — 
Meets every Wednesday evening at Congregational chapel. 

Rutland Feee Library--23J Merchants Row—President, 
Mrs. J. C. R. Dorr ; Vice-President, Mrs. H. II. Baxter ; 
Librarian, Miss J. P. Humphrey ; Treasurer, Mrs. Flor- 
ence B. Cram ton. 

Rutland Music Festival Association. — President, A. E. 
Walker; Secretary, P. M. Meldon ; Treasurer, N. P. Kings- 
ley ; Musical Director, Geo. A. Mietake. 

Rutland Octette Club. — Open for engagements. Members 
— 1st Tenors, H. E. Rogers, F. W. Maxham ; 2d Tenors, H. 
C. Rowell, Geo. E. Riebardson ; 1st Bass, E. L. Guttorson, 
Geo. M. Rowell; 2d Base, E. A. Savery, J. II. Grant; 
Reader, W. A. Clark ; Manager, II. C. Rowell ; Pianist, C. 
A. Johnson. 

Rutland Business Men's Association. — President, L. G. 
Kingsley ; 1st Vice-President, J. W. Cramton ; 2d Vice- 
President, Chas. E. Ross ; Treasurer, W. B. Mussey ; 
Mecording Secretary, Louis V. Green ; Corresponding Sec. 
retary, J. J. R. Randall. Meets second Friday of each month. 

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BANKS. 

BAXTER NATIONAL B*NK, 

Capital $300,000. Incorpo Jted 1870. 

President — J. W. Cramton. 

Vice-President — Hugh H. Baxter. 

Cashier — Geo. R. Bottum. 

Directors — Hngh II. Baxter, Walter C. Dvinton, John 
W. Cramton, George E. Royce, George R. Bottom, Walter 
C. Landon, James C. Dunn, E. D. Keycs, Levi G. Kingsley, 
T. J. Lyon, A. W. Hyde. 

RUTLAND SAVINGS BANK. 

Incorporated in November, 1850. Amount of deposits, 
$1,741,000. Surplus $75,000. 

President — William M. Field. 

Vice-President — -Dr. S. H. Griswold. 

Treasurer — Newton Kellogg. 

Trustees — Wm. M. Field, Newton Kellogg, W. B. Mus- 
sey, Dr. S. II. Griswold, II. II. Smith, Geo. Briggs, Edwin 
Martindale. 

RUTLAND COUNTY NATIONAL BANE. 

Capital §500,000. Organized as a State Bank, 1862; as a 
National Bank, 1865. 

President— W. Y. W. Ripley. 

Cashier — Henry F. Field. 

Directors — Wm. Y. W. Ripley, James Hun toon, John 
Prout, Edward H. Ripley, Cbus. H. Sheldon, E. C. Lewis, 
John D. Miller, Henry F.' Field. 

KILLINGTON NATIONAL BANK. 

Capital $200,000. Organized 1883. 

President — E. F. Gil son. 
Vice-President — Horace H. Dyer. 
Cashier — Geo. K. Montgomery. 

Directors— F. Chaffee, E. P. Gilson, H. II . Dyer, Geo. 
Willis, H. H. Smith, Wayne Bailey, Geo. K. Montgomery. 




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CLEMENT NATIONAL BANK, 
Capital $100,000. 

President — Charles Clement. 

Vice-President — Wallace C. Clement. 

Cashier— E. T. Smith. 

Board of Directors — Chas. Clement, H. A. Sawyer, A 
H. Tuttle, P. W. Clement, John A. Mead, M. D., D. M- 
White, W. C. Clement, N. R. Bardy, J. 0. Baker, E. T 
Smith. 

MARBLE SAVINGS BANK OF RUTLAND. 
Organized 1883. Deposits $450,000. Surplus $10,000, 

President— Edward II. Ripley. 

Vice-President — -E. C. Lewis. 

Treasurer— Edv/nvd L. Temple. 

Trustees — Edward li. Ripley, Levi G. Kingsley, F, A. 
Barrows, William B. Shaw, E, C. Lewis. Charles E. Ross, J. 
O. Dunn, A. F. Davis, W. C. Dnnton, J. N. Woodfin, E. L. 
Temple. 

STATE TRUST COMPANY. 
Paid up Capital $100,000. 

President — Charles Clement. 

Treasurer — E. T. Smith. 

Assistant- Treasurer — O. F. Harrison. 

Board of Directors — Chas. Clement, John A. Mead, M. 
D., Pcrcival W.. Clement, JSahum P. Kingsley, II. O. Edson, 
E. J. Ormshee, M. S. Colburn, W. C. Clement. 

RUTLAND TRUST COMPANY. 
Incorporated 1882. Capital $100,000. (Paid in $50,000). 

President — Justin Batch eller. 

Vice-President — II. H. Dyer. 

Treasurer — Geo. K. Montgomery. 

Directors — H. H. Dyer, Justin Batclieller, Henry H. 
Smith, Geo. Willis, Edson P. Gilson, George Briggs, Levi 
Rice, M. J. Francisco, Fred. Chaffee. 

BLANK BOOKS at very low prices. 

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MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK. 
Capital $100,000. Authorized Capital $300,000. 

President — John N. Baxter. 

Vice-President — John A. Sheldon. 

Cashier — Chas W. Mussey. 

Directors — John N. Baxter, Charles S. Colburn, Warren 
H. Smith, Egbert C. Tuttle, Evelyn Fierpoint, Henry H. 
Brown, John A. Sheldon, Rockwood Barrett, Nahum P. 
Kingsley, Hannibal Hodges, Silas L. Griffith. 

CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST CHUKCH. 
Center street near Court House. 

Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7 f. m. Sunday school at 12 
m.; prayer meeting Thursday at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Young 
people's meeting {Covenant Band) Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. 

Deacons— John Mnrray, Luther Augier, Eri W. Horner, 
Benj. W. Marshall, D. M. White. 

Trustees of Society— D. M. White, T. J. Lyon, H. 
Rust. 

Clerk of Society— E. II. Webster. 

Treasurer of Society — Henry O. Edson. 

Auditor — E. W. Horner. 

Collector — Walter A. Clark. 

S. S. Supt.—J. E. Tilson. 

Asst, S, S. Supt — Walter R, Kinsman. 

Organist — Mrs. S. Howard Chatterton. 

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 
Court Street near Pott Office, 

Services at 10:45 a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meetings 
Thursday evening at 7:30. 

Pastor — Rev. Geo. W. Phillips. 

Deacons — Henry F. Field, John A. Sheldon, Rockwood 
Barrett, S. W. Curtis, D. G. Morgan, D. J. Mercurc, Geo. K. 
Montgomery. • 

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Prudential Committee — L. G. Baglcy, W. B. Mussey, 
Wm. R. Page, N. P. Kingsley, F. W. Gary, J. W. Norton, 
B. F. Farmer, J. A. Mead. 

S. S. Supt.—R&my F. Field. 

Asst. Supt.-^-Gca. K. Montgomery. 

Supt. Primary Dept. — Mrs. John B. Page. 

Treasurer of Society— $. E. Morrison. 

Collector of Society — Louis V. Green . 

Organist — George A. Mietzke. 



YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN UNION OF THE CONGREGATIONAL 

CHURCH. 

President — Rev. Geo. W. Phillips. 
Vice-Pres. — G. K. Montgomery. 
Secretary and Treasurer — M. S. Sawyer. 



TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
Comer of West and Church Streets, 

Services at 10:45 a. m, Sunday school immediately after 
morning services. Evening service at 7:30 in winter and 5:30 
in summer. 

Hector — Rev. Wm. P. Buckingham. 

Vestrymen — Chas. Clement, Geo. R. Bottum, Col. W. 
G. Veazey, B. II. Burt, L. G. Kingslcy, W. F, Lewis, Geo. E. 
Graves, PL H. Baxter, O. Wooster. 

Wardens — Chas. Clement, Geo. R, Bottum. 

Treasurer — Geo. E. Graves. 

Secretary — Orl an d o "Wo ost e r . 

Organist — Philip II, Brehmer. 



ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Convent Avenue earner of Meadow. 

Mass at 8 and 10:30 a. m.j vespers at 4 p. sr. 
Pastor— Rev. T. J". Gaffney. 

WHITING'S FINE STATIONERY. Fur Fasliomililt! hm^dmt 

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FRENCH CATHOLIC CHURCH. 

Lincoln Avenue. 

Pastor — Rev. Geo. N. Caissy. 
Services at 11 a. m. arid 7 i\ at. 

At West Rutland there is also a branch or Mission church 
under the care of Rev. Geo. N. Caissy. 

METHODIST CHURCH. 
West Street. 

Services at 10:45 a. m. Braise service at 6 p. m. and 7£ 
i: m. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30, in the 
chapel. Young people's meetings Tuesday evenings. 

Pastor — Rev. Frederick Widmer. 

Stewards — L. F. Southard (treasurer,) D. L. Morgan, F. 
W. Shedd, S. P. Curtis, J. Todd, Geo. C. Thrall, A. R. 
Howard, H. S. Howe, C. W. Nichols, H. K. Lord, H. S. 
Mills. 

Organist — C. A. Johnson. 

Chorister — N. C. Dye. 

S. S. Supt.—W. P. Clausen. 

Asst. Supt. — E. W. Morgan. 

ST. PAUL'S UNIVERSALIS!' CHURCH. 
West Street. 

Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. and 7 i\ m. 
Pastor — Rev. G. W. Perry. 
Deacons — J. G. Putnam, O. L, Hill. 
S. S. Supt.—H.. C. Farrar. 
Chorister — F. Gay. 

Trustees— Benj. Billings, Jr., A. P. Fuller, D. II. Bar- 
ber, Dr. J. E. Thomson, O. L. Hill, E. H. Wood. 

CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER. 

Williams Street. 

(No regular pastor.) 

Sunday services at 10:30 a. M. and 7:30 p. m. Sabbath 
school at 3 p. m. 



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GRACE CHURCH (EPISCOPAL), WEST RUTLAND. 

Services 10:45 a. m. and 7 r. m. Sunday school after 
morning service. Hector — E. P. Lee, 



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, WEST RUTLAND. 

Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Pastor — Rev. J. W. 
Bailey. 



ST. BRIDGET'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, WEST RUTLAND. 

Pastor— Rev. Chas. O'Reilly. 

Mass at 10:30 at a. m., vespers at 4 r. m. 

BAPTIST CHURCH, WEST RUTLAND. 

(No regular pastor.) 

Services at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. 

METHODIST CHURCH, WEST RUTLAND. 

Pastor— Rev. D. M. Schell. 

Services at 10:30 at a. m. and If. n. * 

ST. DOMINICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, PROCTOR VILLAGE. 
Pastor — Rev, John C. McLaughlin. 

UNION CHAPEL, PROCTOR VILLAGE. 
(No regular pastor.) 



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INCORPORATED COMPANIES OF 
RUTLAND. 

People's Gab Light Co. — Incorporated March 28, 1867 ; 
Capital $70,000. Resident, Win. B. Mossey; Vlerk and 
Treasurer, Geo. R. Eottura ; Superintendent, N. O. Dye ; 
Directors, S. M. Willson, John W. Cram ton, John N. Baxter, 
John A. Sheldon, E. D. Keyes, W. B. Mussey. 

The Howe Scale Co. — President, James II. Williams ; 
Superintendent, Wm. W. Reynolds ; Assistant Superinten- 
dent, Wm. F. Lewis ; Cashier, J. W. Norton ; Business 
Manager, Wm. R. Page. 

Columbian Marble Co. — Manager and Treasurer, Rock- 
wood Barrett ; Superintendent, M. R. Dunton. 

Steam Stone Cutter Co. (Incorporated 1865.) — President, 
John W. Cramton ; Treasurer, Geo. E. Royce ; Secretary, 
Geo. B. Royce; Superintendent, Geo. J. Wardwell, 

True Blue Marble Co. — -President, J. W. Cramton ; 
Treasurer, Geo. E. Royce ; Secretary, Geo. B. Royce ; 
Directors, J. W. Cramton, Geo. E. Royce, B. F. Polllard, 
W. C. Landon, J. C. Dunn, Don C. Pollard, H. O. Carpenter. 

Esperanza Marble Co. — President, P. S. J. Talbot ; 
Treasurer, W. O. Sargent. 

Valido Makble Co. — President, J. B. Reynolds ; Treas- 
urer, Guy H. Reynolds. 

Center Rutland Marble Co. — Assistant Treasurer, C. 
E. Baker. 

Lincoln Iron Works, — President, R. Proctor ; Treasurer, 
R. Barrett; Superintendent, W. A. Patrick. 

Rutland Foundry and Machine Shop Co. and Chas. 
1 J . Harris Manufacturing Co.— (Consolidated) (Organized 
1862.) Capital $125,000. — President, Joel B. Harris ; Vice- 
President, A. B. Harris of Springfield, Mass.; Treasurer, 
Chas. P. Harris. 

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The Paragon Marble Co., Proctor — 'President, Geo. M. 
Fuller ; Treasurer, E. H. Phelps. 

Vermont Marble Co. — President, .Redficld Proctor ; 
Superintendent, P. D. Proctor. 

Dorset Marble Co. — President, W. H. Smith ; Secre- 
tary, J. II. Goulding ; Treasurer, H. C. Gleason. 

New England Eire Insurance Co. — Organized for busi- 
ness March .30, 1881, with a capital stock of $100,000. Presi- 
dent, L. W. Redington ; Vice-President and Secretary, *C 
Parmenter ; Treasurer, II. O. Edson. 

The IVttle Co. (Incorporated 1884.) — President, H. C 
Tattle ; Secretary, E. G. Tuttle ; Treasurer, Egbert C 
Tnttlc. 

Rutland Electric Light Co. — President, A. C. Bates ; 
Treasurer, II. M, Bates ; Secretary and Clerk, A. II. Abra- 
ham. 

Rutland Street Railway Co. — President, J. N. Wood- 
fin ; Treasurer, A. H. Tuttle; Secretary, Geo. II. Cheney; 
Superintendent, M. McKeogh ; Director and President of 
Pepairs, M. Quinn. Office at Tnttlc & McKcogh's, Center 
street. 

Producers Marble Co. — President, E. P. Gilson ; Vice- 
President, Wm. T. *W. Ripley; Secretary and Treasurer, 
F. C. Partridge ; General Manager, Dan. K. Hail. 

Lyman Strong Co. (lessees of Esperanza quarry), President, 
C. L. Strong ; Superintendent (eastern department), J. Clark. 

Bardillo Marble Manufacturing Co. — General Mana- 
ger, A. J. Dnnton. 



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Academies. 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL, 
A. E. Leavenworth, Prin- 
cipal. (See adv.) 

Gas tie ton 

Agricultural Imple- 
ments. 

Briggs Bros. Brandon 

Bnell& Wheeler 
Button Frank R. " 

Stafford & Phelps " 

Heed F. L. Casfcleton 

PITKIN & BROTHER, 
(See adv.) Fair Haven 

Apothecaries. 

Grossman G. A. Brandon 

Manchester F. X. " 

Armstrong E. II. & Co. 

Castleton 
Green Bros. Fair Haven 

Mead Merritt T. " 

Smith Clark " 

Blacksmiths. 

Blanehard A. Brandon 
Briggs Henry D. " 

Chaplau A. " 

Gosner Alexander " 



Gosher Lawrence & Co. " 
Taneghe Jerome * 

Barney, Horatio E. Castleton 
Button J. S. 

Hanley Rob't " 

O'Neil Michael " 

Flory A. Fair Haven 

Green Wm, n. ts 

Hope Peter " 

Whipple & Dowd " 



Booksellers and Sta- 
tioners. 

Brandon 



Kelley J. B. 
Howard Warren L 

HUGHES W. T. 
Shepard F. 



Fair Haven 



Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Eddy N. II. & Co. Brandon 
Goodrich D. F. & Son 
Ross C. II. & Co. 
Walker O. B. " 

RANSOM A. L. Castleton 

Smart John " 

Adams & Powell Pair Haven 
Hughes Thos. " 

Roberts & Morris ** 

Williams S. D. & Son " 



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Carriage Manufac- 
turers. 

Briggs Henry D. Brandon 

Chaplau A. " 

Hanley Rob't Castleton 

Hill Ezra Fair. Haven 
Marti nean J. C. 

Clothing, Hats, Caps, 
&c. 

Ives A. J. Brand on 

Meacham 0. & Son 
Armstrong H. E. Castleton 
RANSOM A. L. 
Bardy, Babbitt & Co. 

Fair Haven 
Jacobs E. " 

Coal and Wood Dealers 

Briggs Bros. Brandon 

D. & H. Canal Co. Castleton 
Reed C. & Son Fair Haven 

Claim and Pension At- 
torney. 

Forbes 0. H. (See adv.) 

Brandon 

Country Stores. 

(In which is kept a full line of 
Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots 
and Shoes, Notions, &c.) 

Boss C. H .& Co. Brandon 

Smith A. F. 

Adams & Co. Castleton 

Armstrong H. E. 

Guernsey Wm. C. 

RANSOM A. L. 

BOLGER BROS (Hydeville.) 
(See adv. ) 



Adams & Powell Fair Haven 
Baker Elmer E, 
Hughes J. T. 
Humphrey & Parkhurst 
Lloyd R. "E. & Son 
Roberts & Morris 
Reynolds Harvey N. 



Dentists. 



Brandon 



Hudson F. W. 

Wright W. H. 

Gutterson Geo. L. Fair Haven 

Morehouse 0. H. " 

Smith Clark 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

GIPSONH. M. (See adv.) 

Brandon 
Lowell H. 0. 
Reed C. D. & Son Fair Haven 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 

Thayer E. D. Brandon 

Armstrong H. E. Castleton 
Guernsey VV. C. 
RANSOM A. L. 

Furniture Dealers. 



Hill H. H. 
Parish & Serviss 
Mound & Jones 
Peck Oren A. 



Brandon 

St 

Fair Haven 



Groceries and Provi- 
sions. 



Hardy H. E. 
Fletcher W. C. 
Graves J. E. & Co. 
Kingsley A. E. & Co. 
McCollom C. B. 
Rogers F. L. 



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Castleton 



Hydeville 
Fair Haven 



Ross C. H. & Co. 
Savery 0. E. 
Smith A. F. 
Adams & Co. 
Masco tt Edward G. 
Proctor C. S. 
HANSOM A. L. 
Cook C. E. 
Adams & Powell, 
Lloyd R E. & Son 
Maley M. & P. 
McGuire Thos. 
Peck Jos i ah 
Ryan J. M, 
Shepard F. H. 



Hardware, Iron and 
Steel. 

Briggs C. Brandon 

Button Frank R. 

Stafford & Phelps 

Guernsev W. C. Castleton 

Reed F. L. 

PITKIN & BROTHER. 

(See adv.) Fair Haven 

Harness and Saddles. 

Briggs Henry D. Brandon 

Putnam D. R. 

Rolfe G. H. 

Burt C. L. Castleton 

Foy J. H. Fair Haven 

Herringtou Albert B. " 

Hotels- 

Brandon House Brandon 

Douglass House " 

Bixby House (M. J. Bixby.) 

Castleton 
BOMOSEEN HOUSE. 
(J. H. Wifcherell.) 



Westover House 

(R. B. Wesfcover.) Castleton 
Russell House 

(C. M. Hawkins.) Hydevillo 
Park View House 

(Rutledgc Bros.) Fair Haven 

Ice Dealers. 

Briggs Frank E. Brandon 

Fair Haven Ice Co. Castleton 
Fair Haven Ice Co. Fair Haven 

Lawyers. 

Harrison Henry C. Brandon 
Marsh Edward S. " 

Ormsbee & Briggs " 

Bromley & Clark Castleton 
HOWE JOHN 

Fuller Geo. M. Fair Haven 
Howard Walter E. 
Preston Wm. H. " 

Lumber Dealers. 

GIPSON, HENRY M. 

(See adv.) Brandon 

Hydeville Slate Co. Castleton 
Reed C. & Son Fair Haven 

Willard Asell 

Marble Workers. 

(See also Quarriers.) 
Brandon Italian Marble Co. 

Brandon 
Goodell Stephen L. *' 

Johnson Robert " 

Welch Richard " 

Sherman T. S. Castleton 

Dorset Marble Co. 

(Hydeville) " 

Draper H. H. Fair Haven 

Fair Haven Marble and 

Marbleized Slate Co. ' ' 



Fine Stationery 

(32) 



In :il! Liiiesi and Fashionable Designs and Tints 

THE TUTTLE CO. 



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HAMPTON FALLS MAR- 
BLE CO-, Geo. A. Leonard, 
Sec. and Treas. (Seeadvt.) 
Pair Haven 
VALIDO MARBLE CO. 

Fair Haven 
Warner J. 



Meat Markets. 

Brandon 



CAHEEJ. L. 

(See adv.) 
Sumner Goo. IT. 
Walker H. A 

Moriarty Maurice Castle ton 
Potter E. A. 
Barber & Whitlock 

Fair Haven 
Barber & Bartholomew " 
Mack & Root 
Proctor 0. A. 

Machinery Manufac- 
turers. 

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Christie John Brandon 

Maynard C. T. & Co. 

Fair Haven 

Marble Dealers. 



Mutual Marble Co. 
Sherman T, S. 

Adams A. N. 



Brandon 

Castletou 

Fair Haven 



Merchant Tailros. 

Ives A. J. Brandon 

Palmer E. A. 

Cobb N. L. Castleton 

Bardy, Babbitt & Co. 

Fair Haven 
Jones E. W. 
Kelley M. 



Milliners and Millinery 
Goods. 

Hewitt Josephine Miss 

Brandon 
Noxon E. A. Miss " 

Varney C. E. Miss 
Goodrich P. M. Miss 

Castletou 
McMahon P. J. Mrs. 
Wardlow & Bennett '* 

Goodrich L. M. Miss 

Fair Haveu 
Maley E. & K. Misses t( 

Newspapers and Job 
Printers. 

The Brandon Union 
(Weekly) S. B.Ryder, 
Publisher, Brandon 

Vermont Baptist 
(Monthly) S. B. Ryder 
Publisher, " 

Fair Haven Era 
(Weekly) J, Metcalf, 
Publisher, Fair Haven 

Periodical and News 
Depots. 

Kelley J. B. Brandon 

Reed Harry F, Castleton 

HUGHFS WM. T. 

Fair Haven 



Photographers. 

Parker J. & G . L. Brand on 

Brown & Co. Castletou 

Ketfc T. H- Fair Haven 

REYNOLDS E. E. 
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Physicians. 

Dyer Olin G. Brandon 

Peek C. W. 
Preston E. A. 
Smith E. A. 
Tobias J. J. 
Woodward A. T. 
Flanders F. L. Castleton 

Nichols Charles " 

Perkins J. E. Mrs. 
Roberts G. A. (horn.) " 
SANFORD JAMES 
Carpenter C. H. Fairhaven 
Lape Rushmorc " 

Morehouse W. H. " 

Murray A. S. (horn.) " 
Reilly James H. " 

Roberts E. G. ' " 

Wakefield Thomas E. " 

Paper Hangings. 

Kelley J. B. Brandon 

RANSOM A. L. Castleton 

Armstrong H. E, 



Quarriers. 

Bard ilia Marble Co. Brandon 
Brandon Italian Marble Co. 

Brandon 
Goodell Stepen L. (marble) 

Brandon 
Mutual Marble Co. " 

Neshobe Marble Co. (marble) 

Brandon 
Peck, L. B. & Co. (marble) 

Brandon 
Thayer & Simonds (marble) 

Brandon 
Williams & Johnson " 

Blue Slate Co. Castleton 

Jones John (slate) " 

Roberts & Co. (slate) 



BILLINGS SLATE AND 
MARBLE CO., J. H. 
Wiswell, supt. (See adv.) 
(Hydeville) Castleton 

BOLGER BROS, (slate) 
(See adv.) (Hydeville) 

Castleton 

Litchfield N. A. (slate) 
(Hydeville) Castleton 

Dorset Marble Co (Hydeville) 

Castleton 

HANGER R. (slate) (see 
adv.) (Hydeville) Castleton 

Hydeville Slate Co. (Hyde- 
ville) Castleton 

LAKE BOMOSEEN SLATE 
CO. (See adv.) (Hyde- 
ville) Castleton 

WISWELL JAMES H. 
(roofing slate) {See adv.) 
(Hydeville) Castleton 

Lake Shore Slate Co. " 

Vt. Soapstone Pencil Co. " 

Allen S. Fair Haven 

George & Co. 

Coulman & Wcscott 

Fair Haven 

Evans E. J. & Co. 

Fair Haven Marble and Mar- 
bleized Slate Co. (slate) 

Fair Haven 

Hampton Falls Slate Co. 

Fair Haven 

Hazard Slate Co. 

Jones B. F. & Co. (slate) " 

Jones R 0. 

Lewis Benj. & Co (slate) " 

Lloyd E. E. 

LLOYD WILLIAM E. 
(slate) (sec adv.) " 

Lloyd Richard E. (slate) lf 

Owens E. W. & Co. " 

Riverside Slate Co. " 

Roberts, Pierce *i Co. 
(slate) 



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Snow don Slate Co., E. 

D. Jones, agent Fair Haven 
The Scotch Hill Slate Works 

Fair Haven 
VALIDO MARBLE CO. 

Fair Haven 
Valley Slate Co. (roofing) 

Fair Haven 
Vt. Union Slate Co. 

Slate Goods Manufac- 
turers. 

.lones John Castleton 

BILLINGS SLATE and 
MARBLE CO. (sec 
adv.) (Hydeville) 

BOLGER BROTHERS 
(see adv.) (Hydeville) " 

Blue Slate Co. (Hyde- 
ville) 

Cook C. E. 

DOWNS & DELEHAN- 
TY (mantels) (see 
adv.) (Hydeville) 

HANGER R. (mantel) 
(see adv.) (Hydeville) " 

Hydeville Slate Co. 
(Hydeville) 

Lak' Bomosecn Slate 
Co. (Hydeville) " 

Lake Shore Slate Co. 

West Castlcton 

Litchfield N. A. (Hyde- 
ville) Castlcton 

WISWELL JAMES II. 
(roofing, rod, green, 
purple, etc.) (Hyde- 
ville) 

WILLIAMS BROS, (see 
adv.l (Hydeville) 

Allen S Fair Haven 

Bonville A. (lamp bases) 

Fair Haven 

Coulman & Wescott 

Evans E. J. & Co. 



Fair Haven Marble and 

Marbleized Slate Co. 

Fair Haven 
FOX J. C. & CO. (see " 

adv.) 
Hazard Slate Co. ' ' 

LLOYD WILLIAM E. 

(roofing) (see adv.) " 
Lloyd & Jones (roofing) " 
Riverside Slate Co. ' 2 
Snowden Slate Co. E. 

D. Jones, agent " 

The Scotch Hill Slate 

Works 
Valley Slate Co. (roofing) 

Fair Haven 
Vt. Union Slate Co. 
Vt. Soapstone Co. (pencils) 

Fair Haven 
Williams D. R. 

Slate Roofers and 
Roofing. 

Curtis A. R. (Hydeville) 

Castlcton 

HANGER a (sec adv.) 
(Hydeville) 

Lndden Charles R (Hyde- 
ville) 

Litchfield N. A. (Hyde- 
ville) 

WISWELL JAMES H. 
(see adv.) ( Hydeville) 

LLOYD WILLIAM E. 
(see adv, ) Fair Haven 

Stoves, Tin Ware and 

Roofing. 

Briggs C. W. Brandon 

Stafford & Phelps 
Reed F. L. Castleton 

Lewis E. H. Fair Haven 

PITKIN & BRO. (see 
adv.) Fair Haven 



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Everything needed by Merchants, Bankers 
■ofessional Men. Tun Tuttle Co. 

888 



Undertakers. 

Hill H. H. Brandon 

Parish & Scrviss " 

Guernsey W. C. Castleton 

Mound & Jones Fair Haven 
Peck Oren A. 



Watches and Jewelry. 

Olmsfccad Geo. W. Brandon 
Sexton D. F. 

Preston W. S. Castleton 

Kellogg A. L, Fair Haven 

Parker Wilbur F. 



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White Blanks at 11 cents a Roll. 
French Grounds at 18 cents a Roll. 

Brown Blanks at 1£ cents a Roll. 

Remnants (or one or two rooms in all above grades at a sacrifice. 

If you do not wish to paper for a year it will pay 

you to buy now and keep over. 

Marble Oitg Mills Writing Paper. Engraved or Printed Wedding Station- 
ery. Books in Sets.— Eliot, 8 Vol*., $5.75; Waverly, 12 Vols., 
$8.25. 40 other Sets Cheap. Whiting's Pine Stationery. 
Photograph Albums. Paper in Pads. Family 
Bibles. Royal Pencils only 40 cts. a doz. 

GOLD PENS AND FANCY GOODS. 

6 foot Cloth Shades with Spring Fixtures, 75 Cents. 

THE TUTTLE CO., - II and 13 Center St. 

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Index to Advertisements. 



Acme Paper Co 110 

Ames P. C 40 

Allard Peter 60 

Austin Joseph 6 

Bonnie M. A 2 

Bates A. C. & Son, col'd page 

Barber E. D 6 

Bardillo M'f'g Co.... col'd page 

Baxter Nat. Bank 10 

Baker G. M 12 

Baker J. C 14 

Brehmer Phil. H 36 

Bardwell House 28 

Butler & Molony 40 

Babcock C. L 44 

Bates House 50 

Bennington & Rut. R. R.. 76 

Billings Slate & M. Co.... 122 

BolgerBros 120 

Boardman & Gray. ....... 116 

Bflrrell & Whitman 113 

Birnie Paper Co 1 04 

Burdett W. A. &W. W... 92 

Brandon Union (The) 24 

Buckman G. D. Mrs., agt. 52 

Clark & Miller 6 

Chalmers Geo. E 158 

Clark Bros 22 

Channell C. E 30 

Clifford P. E 30 

Combination Cash Store... 32 

Cahee James L 38 

Central House 44 

Clifford SO 46 

Chapman W.J 64 

Cramton & Paige 66 

CourselleA. J 08 

Cushman Bros. & Co 88 

Crossman Geo. A 98 



Cyclostyle Co. (The) 114 

Carter, Dinsmore & Co, colored 

page 

Clifford & Miner 26 

Chatterton J. II 20 

Castleton Normal School, two 
colored pages 

Creed J. E colored page 

Dunn & Cramton *. 4 

Dorr's S. M. Sons 28 

Duffy & Clifford 34 

Dolan W.J 34 

Duffy John 36 

Duffy & Launiere 68 

Dixon Jos. Crucible Co. . . 104 

DunkleeB. F 8 

D. & II. (The) colored page 

Eagle Pencil Co 102 

Emery G. H 16 

EdsonM. & II. 16 

Everson & Co 60 

Everin M. W 69 

Fisher W. H. H 38 

Farmers Hotel 22 

Fox John C 124 

Fagan Peter 42 

Faii-child Lcroy W. Co.... 108 

Fenn Fred 62 

Farnsworth G. H 70 

Forbes C. II 98 

GipsonH. M 38 

Gosselin E., manager 6 

Gosselin & Ponlin 36 

Grant J. H 8 

Green Louis V 115 

Gould &Burditt HI 

Grow F. M 66 

Grower B. C 68 

Harris M'fg Co.., .colored page 



Albums, Holiday Goods, Miscellaneous Books, 

anti Books in sets at New York prices THE TUTTLE CO., n and 13 Center St. 

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Hulihan Bros . 42 

Houghton F. C 129 

Houghton L. S 129 

Hanger's E. Slate Works. . 1 22 
Hampton Falls Marble Co. 120 

Hawkins R. F colored page 

Howe Scale Co., outside front 

cover 

Isaacs Leon & Co 80 

Kilburn J. B. & Co 14 

Kilburn A 14 

Koch Sons & Co 106 

Kellogg Bros 135 

Knight Silas 54 

Kinsman W. R 56 

Kelly W. F 60 

Lyman Strong Co. (The). 8 

Lincoln & White 18 

Lincoln Iron Works, .col'd page 

Lloyd Wm. E 118 

Lake Bomoseen Slate Co.. 122 
Lothrop D. Company.. . 94 

Lavanture Geo. II 141 

Landon W. C 20 

Laporte John 70 

Long B. G back cover 

Mabie, Todd & Bard 204 

Mussey Chas. W 161 

Merriam E. N 154 

Morgan D, L . 157 

Mound &Schell 159 

Marshall Bros 2 

Marble Savings Bank 10 

Merchants Wat. Bank 10 

Merriam G. & C. & Co... . 82 

Merrill E. E 66 

Metzger Wm 68 

Mullin Michael 34 

Mcrcure & Co colored page 

Moss David 38 

Miner L. & Son 40 

Milton Bradley Co 112 

Miller Bros. Cutlery Co. . . 118 

Morehouse C. E 24 

McLean F. M 18 

McCreary & Shields 120 



Nelson F. E 118 

Nichols C. W 48 

Nichols Geo. W 28 

$ew England Fire Ins. Co. 

inside front cover 

Ogilvie J. S. & Co 84 

Perkins A. D 18 

Parmenter C 76 

Pulsifcr, Jordan & Pfaff. . 82 

Peble J. Q. & Co 86 

PeckM. E 70 

Premo Levi A 42 

Phelps, Dal ton & Co 92 

Pratt H. E. Paper Co 90 

Pitkin &Bro 142 

Post J. E 32 

People's Line Steamers, colored 

page 
Qpackenbush & Co. col'd page 

Quinn M 50 

Rielle Alex 2 

Rutland Savings Bank. ... 12 
Rutland Evening Telegram 72 

Rutland Herald 74 

Ross Warren E.. 62 

Riee Chas. O 40 

Reynolds, artist 124 

Randall J. J. R 24 

Rutland Cracker Co 36 

Rutland Creamery 46 

Ross Chas, E colored page 

Singer M'f'g Co 70 

Sterns Paper Co. 84 

Stone D 54 

Sheridan Martin B 58 

Spaulding <fc Chalmers 40 

Sang Lung Co 52 

Steam Stone Cutter Co. colored 

page 

Stewart & Co 90 

Smith Miss L, A 116 

Smith & Farrell 116 

Shortslceve D. & Co. col'd page 

Townsend Chas. G. agt ... 54 

Tuttlc Co. (The) bottom lines 

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Wedding Stationery, 



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Tattle & McKeogh 44 

True Blue Marble Co. back 

cover 

Union House 38 

Union Pacific Tea Co 22" 

Ullman Sigmurid 78 

Van Doom & Tilson 193 

Vaughan F. L , 54 

Valiquette E. A 48 

Weeks Newman 48 

Wiswell James II.. 122 

Whiting Paper Co , 96 



Wiltshire Hurry 100 

Worth in gton & Co 100 

Winters C. II 24 

White D. M. Lumber Co.. 26 

WhiteE. H '. 28 

Wheeler Bros 52 

Wood Eli H .„ 56 

Wood El bridge II 58 

White E 12 

Whitney Geo. C 198 

Williams S. P 14 



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Rutland, Vermont, 

ITS ATTRACTIONS AND RESOURCES. 



ISSUED BY THE 



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At a meeting of nearly one hundred and fifty of our leading business men, 
held March 10th, 1887, a " Business Men's Association " was organized per- 
manently for the purpose of increasing our business interests and especially to 
encourage manufacturing interests to locate in Rutland. Are you a manufac- 
turer ; if so, are you inclined to change your present location for one more 
desirable t If not a manufacturer, hare you any idea of engaging in any manu- 
facturing enterprise? If so you are the party we desire to communicate with. 
We earnestly request you to carefully read this circular, as it may contain in- 
formation that will be mutually advantageous to you and our organization, 
Rutland is situated in the finest and richest valley in Vermont, at the conflu- 
ence of the East and Otter creeks. We are surrounded by mountains thousands 
of feet in altitude which effectually break off all possibility of cyclones or 
tornadoes and insure us against destructive conflagrations, which all Western 
towns are subject to. Our climate is delightful. The health of our city is ex- 
ceptionaily good, our death rate very low and epidemics are unknown. We 
are but a fbw miles from the noted summer resorts, "Clarendon Springs," 
"Middletown Springs," " Sudbury," ■' Lake Bomoseen," and "Killingtoc 
Peak." The drives in either direction are charming, winding around our hills 
and presenting new attractions at every turn. Our mountain streams furnish 
us through our perfect system of water works with the purest of cold water, 
and our water supply is unlimited, enabling us to drown out all destructive 
fires. The uniform pressure of about 75 lbs. to the square inch on our water 
mains enables water motors to be used to a large extent through the town for 
smal 1 man u f acturing p u rposes . We can throw twenty po we rf ul streams at once 
on our highest buildings. We have the best equipped fire department in Ver- 
mont. We are a live, go-ahead city, the county seat of Rutland county, the 



richest in mineral and agricultural wealth and in all other respects in the State. 
We have had no Western boom, creating fictitious values, but we are having a 
steady, strong and healthy growth. Our real estate is steadily advancing in 
value and our population is rapidly increasing. We have every rtason to 
believe that Rutland is destined to become a large and important city, . We are 
the center of the marble industry of this country — the Marble City of the United 
States. We are having new manufacturing enterprises locating here every 
year, and all of our manufacturing interests are booming and increasing in 
volume. The Howe Scale Works since coming to Rutland have greatly 
increased their business and now employ nearly four hundred men. Two 
large shirt factories have recently located here and are increasing their 
business every day and are now employ iug between five and six hundred 
hands. Oaf marble interests are wonderfully prosperous. The Vermont" 
Marble Co., Ripley Sous, The Columbian Marble Co., and the Bardillo M'f'g Co. 
which ltns just located here, as well as many smaller companies, are doing an 
immense business, employing thousands of hands and sending out. traveling 
salesmen all over the country to distribute their wares. The Steam Stone Cutter 
Company, Lincoln Iron Works, C. P. Harris Mann facta ring Company, TheTuttle / 
Company, Gay, Kimball & Gay., Tim, Wallerstein & Co., E, D, Keyes & Co., 
H. A. Sawyer & Co., Higgius, Greene & Hyde, Gould & Burditt, A. F. Davis, 
A, C. Bates 4" Son, and all of our manufacturing industries and jobbers 
report they are doing more business than ever. Why are they so prosper- 
ous? Because we are located right to have manufacturing and wholesaling 
pay. We have running into Rutland five lines of railroad, (the largest rail- 
road water in the state) and goods can be shipped direct to New York, Boston, 
Montreal and the West. We are surrounded by vast quantities of the finest 
pViss of lumber, which can be utilized for nearly all manufacturing purposes 
^^Mjces. We are but twenty-five miles from the New York Sate 
canai.j, ^jling us to secure our coal supplies at low prices as well as enabling 
us to ship all heavy freights at lowest rates. We have five national banfcs, two 
trust companies and two savings banks, representing more banking capital than 
any other city in this country of like population, which is an advantage to manu- 
facturers, as our monied institutions stand ready to back up by loans all worthy 
and laudable manufacturing enterprises. All new manufacturers locating in 
Rutland are exempt from taxation by a vote of the to ivn for five years. Our 
organisation is alive to tb< best interests of our place. We are determined to 
make it grow, and any manufacturer will find it advantageous to correspond with 
us If he has any idea of locatiug in a new and desirable field. We have recently 
established a market day (Tuesdays). We are agitating the matter of building 
a canal to Whitehall and connecting there with the New York State canals. 
The Tidewater railroad to the same place has been incorporated by the legislature 

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of the state. The C, & P. railroad is now being built through Rutland, and it is 
only a question of a short time before the Rutland & Woodstock railroad will be 
built. Our wholesale business is steadily increasing in importance, as Rutland 
is the best distributing point in Vermont. Rutland sends out hundreds of travel- 
ing men all over our country, representing our manufacturers, jobbers and 
marble interests. This is an advantage to small manufacturers, as these sales- 
men would for a small per cent carry lines of goods turned out by such manu- 
facturers, thereby opening up a field for disposing- of their goods at slight ex- 
pense. The new interstate commerce law affects Rutland to her advantage, as 
i t h as reduced rates abo u 1 1 w enty p er cen t to ^ e w York a n d Bosto n . W e fi mi l y 
believe we afford the best opportunities for manufacturers here of any place in 
New En gT&n d. We k n o w u othi ng li e re o f strikes. The employers and empl oyes 
are in sympathy with eaeh other, which is mutually beneficial. We have here 
every element which goes to make up a good, healthy, growing and prosperous 
city. We have the best of school privileges, Masonic, Odd Follows and Y. M. C. 
A organizations, churches of all denominations, a large free public library, 
three of the largest and best hotels in the State, (Bard well. Bates and Berwick,) 
besides several others tbat entertain on a less pretentious scale, and an Opera 
House that is perfect in its attractions, an honor to the city. We have two 
daily newspapers, telephone and district messenger service, a new horse 
railroad connecting us with Center and West Rutland, and a belt line encir- 
cling our city, and two competing telegraph companies. We have gas and 
the finest electric light plant in Vermont, and free post-office delivery service. 
We have theGamewell fire alarm system, a city improvement society, and many 
other organizations for the general good. We have nearly completed Memorial 
Hull in memory of and dedicated to our dead soldiers, erected at a cost of 
$o0,000 and paid for already ; a cheerful offering to our fallen heroes. We 
propose to offer every inducement within our power to manufacturers to locate 
here, and earnestly invite correspondence. All letters addressed to our cor- 
responding secretary, Mr. J. J. R, Randall, or any one of the business men on 
the several committees will receive our careful attention, 

A map of Rutland, showing the streets and principal public buildings, 
hotels, etc., is now published and will he sent on application. If you will 
personally visit our Marble city we shall be glad to meet you at any hotel 
here and show you some attention. We have a committee for that purpose. 

We remain, 

Yours to command, 



GEORGE D. BABBITT, ) A QVe , rtisina . 
CHARLES W. MUSSEY, t Advertlsm S 
EGBERT 0. TUTTLE, ) Committee. 



BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION 



OF RUTLAND, FT 



L. G. KINGSLEV, President. 

J. W. CRAMTON, 1st Vice-Pres F t. 

CHAS, E. ROSS, 2d Vice-Pres't. 



W, B. MUSSEY, Treasurer. 
LOUIS V. GREEN, Rec. Secretary. 
J. J. R. RANDALL, Coc Secretary. 



General Committee. 

JOHN W. CRAMTON, 
E. C. LEWIS, 

E. I>. KEYES, 



ALBERT F, DAVIS, 
AMOS C. BATES. 



Market Day Committee. 



Finance Committee, 

P. W. CLEMENT, 

JOHN N. BAXTER, 

HENRY F. FIELD, 
N. R. BAEDV, 

J. A. GOULD, 



Advertising Committee. 



CHAS, E. BAKER, GEO. D. BABBITT, 

DAVID L. MORGAN, CHAS. W. MUSSEY, 

GEO. H. CHENEY. EGBERT C. TUTTLE. 



House Committee. 



Membership Committee. 



WARREN E. ROSS WALTER C. LANDON, 

A. H. ABRAHAM, OEO. T. CHAFFEE, 

FREDERICK GAY. CHAS. E. ROSS. 



Excursion Committee, 

JESSE BURDITT, DR. J. A. MEAD, 

H. W. SPAFFORD, S. M. WILLSON, 

A, O. CUNNINGHAM, FRANK W. GARY. 



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CASTLETON. 
ABEL E. LEAVENWORTH, A. M., Principal. 



PRINCIPAL, 
ABEL E. LEAVENWORTH, A,M„ 
Algebra, Astronomy, Constitutions, Psychol- 
ogy, Pedagogy, 

ASSISTANTS. 
ARRIE E. LEONARD, Woodstock, 
Arithmetic, Physiology* Natural Sciences 
Literature. 



r^TTCXIQET. 



LUCY WELLS, Granby, 
Grammar, Analysis of Authors, Rending, 
Arithmetic, 
ELEANOR L. MAtiLEY, Fittsford, 
Geography, Reading. Geometry, 

ANNIE F RELL t Franklin, 
Preparatory Work, Geometry and Drawing-, 

HATTIE K. EARN AM, Poullney, 
Primary Work, 

February, 1S67, in pursuance of an act of the 
k has been steadily gaining in the number of 



THIS NOteMAi SCHOOL was established 
General Assembly of the State, of Vermont 
its pupils, in the character and standing of its graduates* and in public confidence. In August 
rE8t; h look a new departure. The Principal, by ihe purchase of the property of the ""Corpora- 
tion of Rutland County Grammar School," relieved the school of financial embarrassment, 
while the geneva! supervision was left with the corporation and the State Superintendent of Edu- 
cation. 

TWO COURSES OF STUDY are adopted, as required by law. The First Course em- 
braces two years, or four terms of twenty weeks each* and comprises the following studies ; 
First YecAfi. — Elementary Geometry; Arithmetic, including Pi/rme, Decimals* Persuing** attd 

its Appffe t itior?s h A c.connts {fiooh: keeping), Powers and Roots; Free-Hand Drawing, Orthographic , 

Geography, Wat h enmiieal^ Descriptive and Political > Natural Sciences, embracing the clematis 

{if Minerafogy and Holany ; Grammar, rttcltftftftg, Paraphntsixg, Analysis find Composition ; 

Reading,, intituling Phonic Spelling Word Analysis^ Accent, Emphasis and E-tprissin/r . 

Penmanship, 

jiF" An examination by the Stale Hoard of Examiners completes the work of this year. 
S&cowd Yeah r — Arithmetic, fflewnfraitgh. '• Drawing, Perspective .- Physiology; Geography, Dt- 

sen'ptiw, Political <ind Physical : History, Verntont*aud United States; Constitutions, fVr- 
ineiitiixd United Slates ; Language, rw.Wficinz A'e/idingnnd Grammatical Analysis ; Methods, 

'theory find PpacitWi History 0/ -Education^ Economy 0/ the School /ionrtt. 

l&r Examination by the State Board of Examiners in the work of this year only. 
RmtTttRfCAL Exehcises weekly* Calisthenics, Or Light School Gymnastics, twice each week in 

connection with Reading, 

THE SKCOKD COURSE OF STUOY embraces one year and a hall, or three terras of 
I wen ty weeks eac ti , The 'st ud ie s are : 

Plane and Solid Geometry, Algebra, Physics. Chemistry, Outlines ot General History, Rhetoric, 
Analysis ol Authors, English Literature, Psych' 1 " ~- Moral Philosophy, True Order of Studies, 
Astronomy, Geology, Zootbgy and Pedagogy Hfc- w *, ,^l ■, 

To receive the State Licensee candidates must hu . T a State Normal School for at least 

one school year and be seventeen years of age. In special i.j=es the course may be completed at 
an earlier age, the license to teach being wit (held until Lhe graduate beco -ics seventeen . 

Those who have taken an academical course at other schools, teachers of considerable experi- 
ence, and other persons of sufficient maturity in years and judgment* should be able to complete 
the First Cour&e in one year. Such persons as are able to pass the required examinations will be 
permitted to graduate in both courses of study in successive terms of the same year. It is 
especially desired that candidates for graduation shall have some experience in teaching, though 
this is not required. 

Graduates from the First Course receive a Slate License to teach in any public school of the 
State for a term of Jive years .- those from the Second Course receive a license for trtt years, 

A PfiHCARA-rottv DerAKTM&NT is maintained for Lhe instruction of those not prepared by age 
and attainments to enter upon the First Course, It Comprises two grades. 

A Model School, in which the aim will be to illustrate uie best methods ot Primary Instruction, 
is also maintained. 

The instruction in each course will be largely by topics. In each recitation the clearest meth- 
ods of instruction and explanation wilE besought, flu* aim of the School is\ first, to secure & 
knowledge of the sulftict c then to instruct in the best methods of imparling that knowledge to 
others * . _ _ 

* State Scholarships are granted. On the recommendation of Town Superintendents, to persons 
complying with the law governing them. This School is entitled to eighty-one. Appointments 
may be made from any town in the State. Scholarships are granted only for full terms of twenty 
weeks* 

TtiTtON.— Si.v dollars per quarter of ten weekf^ payable on or before thrffth -week. 

Board.— Three dollars and a half per rtrtafr, including oil for lamp, fuel, and washing*>f ten 
pieces, excluding garments required to be sent to the laundry. Boarders will furnish their own 
towels and articles for the toilet* napkins and bedding, save mattresses. Four dollars per week 
are charged to those rooming alone. Rooms for self-boarders are furnished at reasonable rates. 
The School has ample accommodations for one hundred boarders and over two hundred pupil"*. 

The Fall Term of twenty weeks begins on the third Tuesday in August j the Spring Term on 
the third Tuesday in February. 

X&jT For turther information, address the Principal, or 

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Furniture Coverings, 

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